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Growing numbers of young Queenslanders seeking help for eating disorders

More than 400 young Queenslanders have been referred to Children’s Health Queensland’s (CHQ) specialist Eating Disorders Program in the past three years, with the number of referrals increasing annually.

29 March 2019 |

Children’s Health Queensland awarded ECHOⓇ SuperHub status

Children’s Health Queensland has been awarded ECHOⓇ SuperHub™ status by the University of New Mexico in recognition of its high-quality achievements in implementing Project ECHOⓇ across Queensland.

26 February 2019 |

Retrieval service teams save 833 lives

Children’s Health Queensland’s paediatric retrieval teams transported 833 critically ill and injured children from across Queensland and northern New South Wales to life-saving specialist care in 2018.

21 February 2019 |

$20 million expansion to deliver 30 more beds for sick QLD kids

The Queensland Children’s Hospital will gain an extra 30 beds, including six new oncology beds, under a $20 million expansion plan unveiled by the Queensland Government today.

12 February 2019 |

Delivering safe, timely care for Queensland’s sickest kids

Queensland Children’s Hospital (QCH) emergency clinicians treated more than 70,000 children and young people in 2018, with 443 of them requiring immediate life-saving care.

1 February 2019 |

Books help kids cope after a natural disaster

The Queensland Centre for Perinatal and Infant Mental Health has launched a series of online books and games to help young children traumatised by cyclones, bushfires, floods or other natural disasters.

28 November 2018 |
Last updated: 27 June 2017
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