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We comprise several hospitals, health centres, a nationally accredited education provider and a world-class research institute
We are a nationally accredited, hospital-based Registered Training Organisation - the only one of its kind in Queensland
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’s very first Stat Lab opened on 5 March 2012 and this week celebrates 10 years of operation.
Love can bloom in the most unexpected places, including an open-place office.
Over-confident DIYers are ending up in hospital as a result of home maintenance repairs going wrong over the holiday period, according to Mater plastic and ...
Mater Foundation is driving a call to arms for the community to show their support for frontline health workers who are working tirelessly during the nation’s Omicron ...
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Mater has launched a new digital tool to provide virtual care to COVID-19 patients in their own homes, alleviating pressure on stretched hospital and healthcare services.
As COVID-19 continues to challenge health workers, it’s important to remember to care for yourself as well.
Find some self-care tips in this video.
Delaying cutting the umbilical cord on premature newborns is improving survival rates of babies born before full term, according to neonatal specialists at Australia ...
Mater has strengthened its commitment to improving the health and wellbeing of First Nations people through the signing of a new strategy with the Queensland ...
This year for International Stuttering Awareness Day, Mater Speech Pathology Students are completing their final learning module treating patients impacted by a stutter.
This week, we celebrated National Nutrition Week (10 - 16 October 2021) – an annual event that serves as an opportunity to promote all things nutrition and raise ...
Up to 40 per cent of women who have breast cancer surgery will develop lymphoedema, a painful condition caused by fluid retention from the removal of lymph nodes.