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Dr Kathleen Baird has been appointed by the Queensland Attorney General as the Deputy Chair of the Domestic and Family Violence Death Review and Advisory Board for three years.
Heralding the new law around nurse and midwife to patient ratios will be high on the agenda for Beth Mohle as part of her graduation speech to Griffith University Health students next week (Monday 18 July).
A Health and Knowledge Precinct in the Logan suburb of Meadowbrook.