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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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A 100-year-old Queensland grandmother with a passion for knitting is helping hundreds of tiny newborns keep warm at Mater Mothers’ Hospital at South Brisbane.
A once homeless Townsville woman who received a scholarship to study nursing has turned her life around graduating with a Diploma of Nursing through Mater Education.
Mater Education is bringing its renowned nurse training program to Springfield – and it will be fee-free for students starting in October.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students from across South East Queensland have experienced a day in the life of a physiotherapist thanks to a new pilot program ...
A new hysterectomy procedure that leaves no scars and causes little pain has been performed at Mater Mothers’ Hospital Brisbane for the first time.
Fee-free nurse training is now being offered by Mater Education in Brisbane and Springfield as Queensland races to grow its health workforce.
A team of clinician-based Mater Researchers are leading the way launching a new Australian-first innovative model of care for pregnant women with diabetes.
We are delighted to announce that Mater Researcher, Jen Stables, a final year PhD student in the Macrophage Biology Research Group was a finalist in both the Judges ...
More children are getting Type 1 diabetes and Mater Researcher Professor Jo Forbes is working to find out, “why?”
Up to 1,000 people from refugee and migrant backgrounds will benefit from improved access to healthcare services thanks to a new initiative from Mater in partnership ...
A Mater clinic dedicated to pregnant women with small babies is helping to prevent stillbirth and other newborn complications.
A team of Queensland researchers at Mater Mothers’ Hospital Brisbane are trialling a new Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) vaccine that could deliver single dose ...
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