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We comprise several hospitals, health centres, a nationally accredited education provider and a world-class research institute
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We are part of a collaborative research institute with The University of Queensland and founding partner of the Translational Research Institute
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Mater Education is excited to announce the launch of three Communication and Engagement courses.
More than 60 people across Mater’s Queensland-wide campuses recently came together to tackle the big issues facing the state’s healthcare landscape, including the ...
Mater continues to work as part of the broader health network in support of Public Health efforts to contain, treat and manage COVID-19.
For Jordy, her decision to study the Diploma of Nursing program with Mater Education was an easy one.
Whether you want to enter the healthcare workforce, build on your existing skillset, or lead professional development for your workforce, you can do so through Mater ...
Registrar doctor in obstetrics and gynaecology, Divya shares currently how her love of maternal medicine brought her to Mater.
A group of 25 budding Mater researchers have been commended for their involvement in one of the country’s leading student initiatives, taking part in the University ...
Meet Mater Volunteer Charis, she is a warm and friendly medical student who wanted to learn as much as she could about hospitals and healthcare before she eventually ...
As Touch Football Australia’s health partner Mater provided expert review and endorsement of their return-to-play protocols to help participants return safely.
Mater across South-East, Central and North Queensland has today come together to legally merge as one—beginning a new era in health as the state’s largest Catholic ...
On 22 June, Mater welcomed Andrew Thomas to the role of Mater Foundation Executive Director.
This June, for Bowel Cancer Awareness Month, Ipswich mum, Rebecca wanted to spread awareness of the importance of early detection for this deadly disease.
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