The Mobile Women's Health Service is made up of specially trained registered nurses. The service aims to improve the health and wellbeing of women in rural and remote areas of Queensland.
This branch is responsible for developing policies and programs that are related to the parts of human health that are affected by the physical, chemical, biological and social factors that are present in the environment.
The aim of the BreastScreen Queensland program is to reduce the impact of a breast cancer diagnosis and ensure you have the best outcome possible through early detection.
Women's Health Queensland Wide are specialists in women's health across the lifespan. From the south east to the far north, Queensland women rely on us to help them make informed decisions about their health and wellbeing.
The Network continues the tradition of women pursuing the health interests of women. It begins with recognition of the dignity of all women and builds on the commitment of all those who have worked to improve women's health.
Provides legislation, standards and poisons management for Queensland.
Contains a list of conditions which must be reported to your local health unit, as per the listing in schedule 1 of The Public Health Regulation 2005.
Health Professional Cervical Screening course for nurses, midwives and allied health professionals in Queensland.