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Psychiatric Emergency Care Centre (PECC) – The Next Generation

Psychiatric Emergency Care Centre (PECC) – The Next Generation

To redesign the Psychiatric Emergency Care Centre (PECC) unit within the Nepean Blue Mountains Local Health District (NBMLHD) Mental Health service to provide a more targeted specialised care by April 2020. • To improve the consumer experience and care when admitted to the PECC Unit. • To improve services for the adolescent population when admitted to an adult inpatient facility.
Nepean Blue Mountains Local Health District Mental Health Service – Psychiatric Emergency Care Centre (PECC)
Added: 15 December 2020|Last updated: 16 December 2020
Network Work Ready

Network Work Ready

Contribute to a skilled workforce by developing capable and confident graduate nurses.
Justice Health Forensic Mental Health Network; Organisational Development Unit.
Added: 15 December 2020|Last updated: 16 December 2020
No buts about it – hospital gown review

No buts about it – hospital gown review

This project looked at how the most common hospital gown used in NSW public hospitals could be improved for patients, clinicians and the health system. Patients report that the hospital gown is unsuitable mostly due to the lack of modesty it provides. The gown does not meet the needs of clinicians, as it can interfere with intravenous lines and does not provide access to the patient’s upper torso. It is often cut across the shoulder to accommodate clinical needs, and...
HealthShare NSW
Added: 15 December 2020|Last updated: 16 December 2020
The BONE Project: Building Orthopaedic Network Excellence

The BONE Project: Building Orthopaedic Network Excellence

The Fracture Clinic redesign project commenced to meet the needs of the rapidly growing Orthopaedic outpatient clinic by redesigning the service and building an efficient and sustainable model with improved access and better experiences for staff and patients. The clinic is located at Port Macquarie Base Hospital on the Mid North Coast.
Mid North Coast Local Health District
Added: 15 December 2020|Last updated: 16 December 2020
The Big Wee Problem at Sydney Children’s Hospital Network

The Big Wee Problem at Sydney Children’s Hospital Network

This project utilises Clinical Redesign Methodology in a multifaceted approach to prevent post-operative urinary tract infections in our Network.
Sydney Children’s Hospital Network
Added: 15 December 2020|Last updated: 16 December 2020
Gut Instinct: Optimising the Colorectal Patient Journey

Gut Instinct: Optimising the Colorectal Patient Journey

This project aimed to optimise clinical care and experience provided to Colorectal patients undergoing Bowel Resection (with or without stoma) at RNSH through: - Provision of an intensive preoperative education package to patients and carers/family - Creating a standardised care pathway for the Multi-Disciplinary Team (MDT) to follow throughout the patient’s journey, which incorporated principles of Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS) for Colorectal Surgery....
Royal North Shore Hospital
Added: 15 December 2020|Last updated: 16 December 2020
Mental Health 4 Uplift

Mental Health 4 Uplift

A project which aims to improve access to care for mental health patients by reducing their length of stay in the emergency department (ED) and reducing barriers to discharge from the Caritas, the mental health unit (MHU) in St. Vincent’s Hospital.
St Vincents Mental Health Service, St Vincents Hospital, Sydney
Added: 15 December 2020|Last updated: 16 December 2020
Stay'n Deadly & Stay'n In: Reducing Incomplete Treatment

Stay'n Deadly & Stay'n In: Reducing Incomplete Treatment

Stay'n Deadly & Stay'n In is providing Aboriginal patients with quick and timely access to treatment whilst allowing them to engage in further treatment that is convenient for them, if they are required to leave. It is important that they feel well supported in the emergency department by the Aboriginal health unit and have a positive experience when engaged with all staff....
St Vincent's Health Network
Added: 5 November 2020|Last updated: 12 November 2020
Capacity Leveraging, Earlier Access, Redefining Early Discharge

Capacity Leveraging, Earlier Access, Redefining Early Discharge

Capacity Leveraging, Earlier Access, Redefining Early Discharge is a partnership between Justice Health, Forensic Mental Health Network and Corrective Services New South Wales, to develop a joint access strategy to create effective and efficient patient flow at the Metropolitan Remand and Reception Centre in Silverwater.
Justice Health and Forensic Mental Health Network
Added: 5 November 2020|Last updated: 12 November 2020
Taking ‘Baby Steps’ towards starting pregnancy care sooner

Taking ‘Baby Steps’ towards starting pregnancy care sooner

Five key solutions, targeting referral, bookings management and care delivery were co- designed with consumers with the aim of improving access and increasing the number of women commencing specialised antenatal care earlier in pregnancy. Outcomes achieved include an increase in clinic capacity with 524 appointments freed up for other patients (in eight months), a reduction in waste and a more streamlined antenatal service aligned to recommended practice guidelines....
Auburn Hospital and Community Health Services
Added: 5 November 2020|Last updated: 8 December 2020

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