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Masters student aims to translate proven stroke therapy method

A gold-standard rehabilitation therapy for stroke patients isn’t widely used in WA, and Ashan Weerakkody wants that to change within his servic... more

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ICU outreach provides continuity of care

The Intensive Care Unit (ICU) outreach service at Fiona Stanley Hospital (FSH) provides support services and specialised interventions to acutely ill patie... more

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Pre-screening clinic provides double the benefits

A ground breaking study has found pre-screening of patients' blood through a specialised clinic set up at Fiona Stanley Hospital (FSH) is improving post-su... more

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Exemplary patient reaches major milestone with mechanical 'heart'

Grandfather Peter Serafino has followed his doctors’ advice diligently and has now celebrated reaching 10 and a half years living with a blood ... more

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Gene therapy provides new way forward to treat blood diseases

Innovative ways of dealing with cancers and haemophilia, which focus on genetic reprogramming of cells, are revolutionising treatment for patients with hae... more

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Virtual immunology clinic delivering on care

As the first of its kind in WA, a new virtual clinic, developed by the Fiona Stanley Hospital (FSH) Immunology team has improved access to care for patient... more

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Clinical trials tackling ‘Below the Belt’ cancers

Great grandfather Peter Dimmack understands the importance of clinical trials after being diagnosed with bladder cancer earlier this year.

Peter is ... more

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Virtual clinic redesigns uncomplicated fracture care

A new virtual clinic is enabling patients with simple fractures to be treated at home with access to a rehabilitation program and telephone support from sp... more

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Making gains in stroke recovery

Today’s stroke patients have immediate access to advanced medical treatment and rehabilitation, but there are big gaps in knowledge that researchers ... more

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Patient-centred research making everyday life better

Most people who attend the Fiona Stanley Hospital (FSH) Rheumatology Department have been referred by their GP after experiencing pain that affects their a... more

Helen Keen stands in a hospital corridor
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