Topic: Health
Mental health in retirement Banner Stay connected to invest in your health and happiness

Ways to feel safe and connected in retirement

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A brown-haired woman in a blue jacket with her left hand on the shoulder of a man in a blue and white checked shirt sitting across from her at a table with coffee mugs in front of them. Check in to see if your work colleagues are OK

Why it is even more important now to connect with your colleagues

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banner Nurses and midwives’ work has never been more important

The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the great work of many essential workers

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RFDS Memorable moments for RFDS flight nurse

No two days are the same for RFDS (Queensland Section) Flight Nurse Susan Markwell, but after 30 years in the sky she does have some memorable moments to share.

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Wheels to heels juiced tv Wheels to heels: a young patient’s 10-year formal dream

QSuper and Juiced TV have recognised physiotherapist Tim McGowan in the Super Hero Awards program.

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Know your options for passing on your super Nominate your beneficiary if you die

What is the difference is between a binding death beneficiary and reversionary beneficiary?

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rfds Royal Flying Doctor Service flight nurses deliver high-level performance

QSuper supports RFDS flight nurses through specialised training for situations that may occur on the ground or in the air.

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Kylie Superhero Nurse Kylie to the rescue

QSuper and Juiced TV unmask their Super Hero Awards Round Four winner, Queensland Children’s Hospital’s Nurse Kylie.

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RFDS Hours from help, hope arrived from the sky

Hours from help, hope arrived from the sky. QSuper uncovers the extraordinary medical emergencies faced by RFDS Qld Section Flight Nurses.

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Ruby superhero heart surgeon Dr Fox Ruby's superhero is her heart surgeon Dr Fox

QSuper and Juiced TV unmask the third hospital superhero of their awards program. 

Dr Scott Fox, a paediatric cardiologist from Queensland Children’s Hospital, was nominated by Ruby, 10, for helping her through five heart surgeries.

The program recognises those who dedicate their lives to sick kids, everyday.

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