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Finger food menu on the specialised dementia and delirium ward

Finger food menu on the specialised dementia and delirium ward

The introduction of finger foods will potentially: increase the opportunity to encourage or enable self-feeding; improve quality of life; increase oral intake and promote weight stabilization while in hospital; and improve the nutritional intake of patients admitted to the dementia and delirium ward.
Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Hospital
Added: 18 February 2020|Last updated: 23 March 2020
Redesigning mid-meal safety, nutritional accuracy and compliance, knowledge and satisfaction (SNACKS)

Redesigning mid-meal safety, nutritional accuracy and compliance, knowledge and satisfaction (SNACKS)

This project looks at how the tea-run to adult patients at Westmead Hospital in three wards can be improved to meet the nutritional and individual dietary needs of patients.
HealthShare NSWWestern Sydney Local Health District
Added: 2 December 2019|Last updated: 12 December 2019
Improving access to medication review in high risk inpatients

Improving access to medication review in high risk inpatients

The Prince of Wales Hospital is redesigning its clinical pharmacist services to prioritise medication review for inpatients most at risk of medication harm and ensure appropriate documentation of medication reviews.
Prince of Wales Hospital
Added: 3 December 2019|Last updated: 12 December 2019
MEtabolic MOnitoring Whole Health in Mind

MEtabolic MOnitoring Whole Health in Mind

Justice Health and Forensic Mental Health Network identified inconsistent metabolic monitoring as a patient safety risk, and resourced a project team to address this issue. Patients prescribed psychotropic medications are at increased risk of physical health side effects such as metabolic syndrome. These risks can be identified through regular physical health checks, referred to as metabolic monitoring.
Justice Health and Forensic Mental Health Network
Added: 29 November 2019|Last updated: 12 December 2019
Falls prevention in Gunyah, a neurology and oncology ward in Sutherland Hospital

Falls prevention in Gunyah, a neurology and oncology ward in Sutherland Hospital

This project is designed to improve falls prevention in a medical ward in an acute care facility. It identifies the causes of inpatient falls to provide strategies in response.
Sutherland Hospital and Community Health Service
Added: 17 September 2019|Last updated: 1 October 2019
RAPID: Revamping the admission process to inpatient departments

RAPID: Revamping the admission process to inpatient departments

RAPID is a collection of projects that were developed by staff at Shoalhaven Hospital to address a range of issues. These issues contributed to a delayed medical patient journey across three areas: limited bed access, aged care assessment team referral process, fragmented interdisciplinary communication.
Shoalhaven District Memorial Hospital
Added: 26 August 2019|Last updated: 29 August 2019
Paediatric Access Support Service (PASS)

Paediatric Access Support Service (PASS)

The Paediatric Access Support Service (PASS) aims to transfer patients to and from Sydney Children’s Hospitals Network inpatient settings efficiently. This would reduce associated workload, and improve the patient and staff experience.
Sydney Children's Hospital Network
Added: 28 August 2019|Last updated: 29 August 2019
Nurse - Patient Clinical Handover Engagement Huddle

Nurse - Patient Clinical Handover Engagement Huddle

An auditing process at Sydney/Sydney Eye Hospital revealed that patients are not as involved as they could be during the routine bedside handover processes that occur between nursing shifts. A project was established to address this, and in doing so, improve the safety and satisfaction of the patient.
Sydney Hospital and Sydney Eye Hospital
Added: 5 April 2019|Last updated: 22 April 2019
Clinical Patient Flow Rounds

Clinical Patient Flow Rounds

This program evaluates and re-invents St Vincent's Hospital’s weekly rapid discharge rounds model. This is carried out by introducing ward-level clinical leads and creating better documentation around discharge plans. The goal is to improve safe and timely patient discharges.
St Vincent's Hospital
Added: 29 March 2019|Last updated: 12 April 2019
I AM: Identifying and Addressing Malnutrition

I AM: Identifying and Addressing Malnutrition

The I AM Project aims to implement a more sustainable and accurate screening process at Prince of Wales Hospital for patients who are malnourished, or at risk of malnutrition.
Prince of Wales Hospital
Added: 7 December 2018|Last updated: 13 December 2018
Engaging Patients as Partners in Care

Engaging Patients as Partners in Care

This project brings together patients, families, carers and healthcare staff to act as partners in care and treatment planning.
South East Regional Hospital
Added: 4 December 2018|Last updated: 13 December 2018
Optimising Pre-operative Patient Blood Management

Optimising Pre-operative Patient Blood Management

Wollongong Hospital implemented a program to optimise the pre-operative haemoglobin and iron stores of patients undergoing major elective colorectal, upper gastrointestinal tract and orthopaedic surgery. This will prevent avoidable blood transfusions and their complications, along the patient peri-operative journey.
Illawarra Shoalhaven Local Health District
Added: 27 August 2018|Last updated: 30 August 2018
Winter, Spring, Summer and Falls in NSW Ambulance

Winter, Spring, Summer and Falls in NSW Ambulance

NSW Ambulance introduced a falls package to address the year-round problem of falls in people aged 65 and over in the community. It incorporated a new falls risk assessment, protocol, clinical pathway and screening tool for paramedics, as well as education materials for consumers and general practitioners.
NSW Ambulance
Added: 2 May 2018|Last updated: 22 May 2018
The Smallest Things Can Make the Biggest Difference

The Smallest Things Can Make the Biggest Difference

Broken Hill Health Service in Far West Local Health District implemented the person-centred sunflower tool, to improve communication and build a rapport between staff, patients and carers.
Added: 29 January 2018|Last updated: 12 February 2018
The Patient’s Voice

The Patient’s Voice

Nepean Hospital provided patients in a trial ward with a template containing prompts, so they could deliver a handover of their healthcare journey once a day to nursing staff.
Nepean Hospital
Added: 24 May 2017|Last updated: 29 January 2018
What About Us

What About Us

St George Hospital
Added: 27 November 2017|Last updated: 21 December 2017
MediREACH: Improving Medication Safety for Patients

MediREACH: Improving Medication Safety for Patients

Murrumbidgee Local Health District developed a process to ensure all patients have a best possible medication history recorded on admission to hospital.
Murrumbidgee Local Health District
Added: 27 November 2017|Last updated: 15 December 2017
The SIMPLE Project: A Sustainable Inventory Management Process for Lean Environments

The SIMPLE Project: A Sustainable Inventory Management Process for Lean Environments

Sutherland Hospital implemented a new procurement process, to provide staff with efficient access to products that deliver safe patient care in the right place, at the right time.
Sutherland Hospital and Community Health Service
Added: 27 November 2017|Last updated: 15 December 2017
Transit Lounge Remodel

Transit Lounge Remodel

Royal North Shore Hospital designed and implemented an efficient, patient-centred model of care in the transit lounge, which improved patient flow and satisfaction.
Royal North Shore Hospital
Added: 28 November 2017|Last updated: 15 December 2017
Completing the Admission Checklist in Mental Health Rehabilitation Units

Completing the Admission Checklist in Mental Health Rehabilitation Units

Sutherland Hospital Mental Health Rehabilitation Unit implemented new policies and processes for managing admissions, then educated staff on the changes.
Sutherland Hospital and Community Health Service
Added: 27 October 2017|Last updated: 10 November 2017
Confusing Directions: Finding the Right Pathway for People with Delirium

Confusing Directions: Finding the Right Pathway for People with Delirium

Hunter New England Mental Health implemented a new screening tool and staff education to ensure patients with delirium are provided with the right care pathway.
Hunter New England Local Health District
Added: 23 October 2017|Last updated: 6 November 2017
Increasing the Appropriateness of Dietetic Referrals

Increasing the Appropriateness of Dietetic Referrals

This project addressed barriers experienced by nursing staff when using the malnutrition screening tool, by introducing staff education, streamlined education pathways and a cheat sheet for nursing staff.
South East Regional Hospital
Added: 23 August 2017|Last updated: 6 September 2017
Better Flow, Better Journey: Improving Mental Health Acute Care

Better Flow, Better Journey: Improving Mental Health Acute Care

MNCLHD introduced a number of solutions to improve the flow and patient journey through its Mental Health Acute Care Services.
Mid North Coast Local Health District
Added: 23 August 2017|Last updated: 25 August 2017
Improving Patterns of Care for Oncology Inpatients

Improving Patterns of Care for Oncology Inpatients

This project conducted a review of the care delivered to patients admitted to the oncology and palliative care wards at Westmead Hospital. As a result, changes were implemented that aimed to improve the coordination of care, reduce length of stay and streamline the discharge process.
Westmead Hospital
Added: 15 August 2017|Last updated: 25 August 2017
Identifying and Managing Iron Deficiency and Iron Deficiency Anaemia

Identifying and Managing Iron Deficiency and Iron Deficiency Anaemia

MLHD identified an alternative option for iron replacement therapy and developed guidelines to deliver it in the community setting where clinically indicated, in collaboration with patients and carers.
Murrumbidgee Local Health District
Added: 16 August 2017|Last updated: 25 August 2017
Redesigning the Orthodontics Journey

Redesigning the Orthodontics Journey

This project aims to reduce waiting times and improve the quality of care delivered to orthodontic patients at the Sydney Dental Hospital.
Sydney Dental Hospital
Added: 16 August 2017|Last updated: 25 August 2017
Mirrabrook: A Truly Smoke Free Mental Health Inpatient Unit

Mirrabrook: A Truly Smoke Free Mental Health Inpatient Unit

Mirrabrook Mental Health Unit introduced a new policy to help nicotine-dependent consumers quit smoking during their inpatient stay. It was supported by staff training, nicotine replacement therapy and carbon monoxide monitoring.
Shellharbour Hospital
Added: 29 May 2017|Last updated: 16 June 2017
STAT MH: Safe, Timely Access to Mental Health

STAT MH: Safe, Timely Access to Mental Health

This project will implement a number of solutions to reduce clinical variability and length of stay in acute adult mental health inpatient units. These include a new model of care, new care coordination and discharge process, new patient flow and demand management systems, enhanced consumer engagement, and workforce review and development.
South Western Sydney Local Health District
Added: 14 March 2017|Last updated: 28 April 2017
Diverting the Stream

Diverting the Stream

Macksville Hospital developed a 24-month New Graduate Program for nursing staff that involved a 12-week intensive induction period, with clinical exposure and support over the course of the program.
Macksville District Hospital
Added: 13 March 2017|Last updated: 28 April 2017
Identifying the Right Carer or Person to Contact for Patients at Blacktown Hospital

Identifying the Right Carer or Person to Contact for Patients at Blacktown Hospital

Blacktown Hospital educated administration staff on the importance of maintaining accurate contact details in patient records. It also displayed signage in the emergency department to remind families and carers to include their contact details on the patient’s admission form.
Blacktown Mount Druitt Hospital (Blacktown Campus)
Added: 14 March 2017|Last updated: 28 March 2017
In Safe Hands: Structured Interdisciplinary Bedside Rounds

In Safe Hands: Structured Interdisciplinary Bedside Rounds

The structured interdisciplinary bedside rounds (SIBR) project involved a restructuring of the Medical Unit at Orange to allow care to be delivered via daily interdisciplinary patient and family-centred rounds delivered in plain English with collaborative care and goal planning involving patient, family and the multidisciplinary healthcare team.
Orange Health Service
Added: 10 September 2014|Last updated: 11 November 2016
Reducing the Incidence of Omitted Medication Administration

Reducing the Incidence of Omitted Medication Administration

This project improved education and workflow processes around medication administration, to reduce instances where patients either don’t receive their medication or don’t have a documented reason as to why their medication was not administered.
Dubbo Health Service
Added: 10 October 2016|Last updated: 24 October 2016
It’s All in the Delivery: Improving Clinical Documentation in the Community Healthcare Setting

It’s All in the Delivery: Improving Clinical Documentation in the Community Healthcare Setting

The project will identify barriers to compliance and introduce solutions that aim to improve nursing assessments for new admissions at St George Hospital.
South Eastern Sydney Local Health District
Added: 26 September 2016|Last updated: 21 October 2016
Get It Write

Get It Write

The Subjective, Objective, Assessment and Plan (SOAP) methodology was selected as a prescriptive documentation style for use in all nursing progress notes. Staff education and resources were provided to support the implementation of this methodology in clinical practice.
Justice Health and Forensic Mental Health Network
Added: 23 February 2016|Last updated: 17 October 2016
Closing the Loop

Closing the Loop

Prince of Wales Hospital developed a communication pathway that reported incidental findings, unexpected findings and changes to provisional medical imaging reports back to the referring clinician within an agreed timeframe.
Prince of Wales Hospital
Added: 18 March 2016|Last updated: 17 October 2016
Missing Walking Belts and Sticks

Missing Walking Belts and Sticks

Blacktown Hospital implemented a number of processes to track the use and improve the storage of walking belts and sticks in the Stroke and Aged Care Ward.
Western Sydney Local Health District
Added: 13 May 2016|Last updated: 17 October 2016
Reducing Seclusion Use in the Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Inpatient Unit

Reducing Seclusion Use in the Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Inpatient Unit

This project identified and examined the systemic issues leading to the use of seclusion at The Children’s Hospital at Westmead. It implemented preventative strategies to reduce the use of seclusion, including multidisciplinary team care plans, staff education, daily intake and handover meetings, as well as supervision sessions for nursing and allied health staff.
The Children's Hospital at Westmead
Added: 26 September 2016|Last updated: 10 October 2016
My Food Choice: Transforming Patient Food Services

My Food Choice: Transforming Patient Food Services

This project reimagined the way hospital food is delivered to patients in public hospitals, using new workflow processes, menus, staff training and technology, while remaining inside the current budget footprint.
HealthShare NSW
Added: 23 September 2016|Last updated: 10 October 2016
The Very Long Corridor

The Very Long Corridor

Mid North Coast Local Health District developed a clinical guideline that allows stable patients with specific diagnoses to have a direct bed-to-bed transfer from Kempsey District Hospital to Port Macquarie Base Hospital, with contingency plans for situations that may negatively impact the patient.
Mid North Coast Local Health District
Added: 8 August 2016|Last updated: 19 August 2016
The Redesign of General Medicine Services Across The Sydney Children’s Hospitals Network

The Redesign of General Medicine Services Across The Sydney Children’s Hospitals Network

This project reviewed the admission pathway and model of care for admitted general medicine patients, and optimised the workforce structure to improve the delivery of safe, efficient and high-quality care.
Sydney Children's Hospital Network
Added: 12 August 2016|Last updated: 19 August 2016
Please Let Me Out: a standardised capacity testing process for confused patient

Please Let Me Out: a standardised capacity testing process for confused patient

This project developed a standardised capacity testing and guardianship application process for confused patients, with a multidisciplinary approach to support decision making in the hospital environment.
Coffs Harbour Base Hospital
Added: 4 July 2016|Last updated: 19 July 2016
Risky Business

Risky Business

A staff engagement and education process was developed by Bombala Multipurpose Service (MPS) and Delegate MPS, to improve admission documentation for high-risk patients.
Southern NSW Local Health District
Added: 4 July 2016|Last updated: 19 July 2016
Restoration of Voice for Tracheostomy Patients in the Intensive Care Unit

Restoration of Voice for Tracheostomy Patients in the Intensive Care Unit

Royal Prince Alfred Hospital implemented the first randomised controlled trial in the world that demonstrated the benefits of using an in-line speaking valve in an Intensive Care Unit, to restore the voice of mechanically-ventilated tracheostomy patients.
Royal Prince Alfred Hospital
Added: 10 June 2016|Last updated: 27 June 2016
The End of Life Project

The End of Life Project

This project implemented a new End of Life Care Plan at Concord Repatriation General Hospital, including end of life care guidelines, staff education and resources for families and carers.
Sydney Local Health District
Added: 29 April 2016|Last updated: 16 May 2016
One in the Bed

One in the Bed

Broken Hill Base Hospital implemented a streamlined discharge process, a discharge lounge and a Hospital in the Home service, to improve the flow of patients through the emergency department.
Broken Hill Base Hospital
Added: 15 April 2016|Last updated: 28 April 2016
Go With The Flow

Go With The Flow

CCLHD developed a new referral pathway and model of care, to improve access to mental health services in the community.
Central Coast Local Health District
Added: 8 April 2016|Last updated: 28 April 2016
Healthy Mouths in Hospital

Healthy Mouths in Hospital

This project implemented a more effective method for cleaning dentures in hospital and delivered education session to staff and patients on the link between oral health and systemic infection.
Southern NSW Local Health District
Added: 18 March 2016|Last updated: 4 April 2016
Collaborative Care Planning: With Me When It’s About Me

Collaborative Care Planning: With Me When It’s About Me

The Forensic Hospital made changes to its treatment and management plan, introduced the NSW Mental Health Care Plan and conducted staff and patient education on the value of developing a care plan in collaboration with consumers.
Justice Health and Forensic Mental Health Network
Added: 12 February 2016|Last updated: 8 March 2016
Preventing Catheter-Associated Urinary Tract Infections

Preventing Catheter-Associated Urinary Tract Infections

This project developed nurse-led protocols for the insertion, removal and management of indwelling urinary catheters at John Hunter Hospital.
Hunter New England Local Health District
Added: 8 February 2016|Last updated: 26 February 2016
Transforming Acute Stroke Care Locally and Globally

Transforming Acute Stroke Care Locally and Globally

John Hunter Hospital implemented advanced computed tomography (CT) imaging, which allows patient profiling, prognostic accuracy and personalised acute stroke care.
John Hunter Hospital
Added: 18 January 2016|Last updated: 1 February 2016
Don’t Restrict My Ability: Improving Care and Communication for Restricted Weight Bearing Patients

Don’t Restrict My Ability: Improving Care and Communication for Restricted Weight Bearing Patients

This project aimed to improve the patient flow of restricted weight bearing (RWB) patients through the acute orthopaedic service, by implementing a reconditioning program that optimised recovery following surgery. Communication processes were also incorporated into the model of care, to keep patients informed and improve their experience.
Concord Repatriation General Hospital
Added: 27 November 2015|Last updated: 3 December 2015
Eloura CARES: Collaborate, Acknowledge, Respect, Empower, Strengthen

Eloura CARES: Collaborate, Acknowledge, Respect, Empower, Strengthen

Shellharbour Hospital developed a model of care that provides engaging, therapeutic, recovery-orientated mental health services to consumers, their carers and families.
Shellharbour Hospital
Added: 30 November 2015|Last updated: 3 December 2015
The Safety Huddle: Preventing repeat falls and near miss falls

The Safety Huddle: Preventing repeat falls and near miss falls

Camden Hospital implemented a multidisciplinary review meeting (Safety Huddle) following all inpatient falls and near miss falls, which developed strategies in consultation with the patient to prevent the incident from reoccurring.
Camden Hospital
Added: 23 October 2015|Last updated: 9 November 2015
Triple CCC Project - Care, Communication, Coordinate

Triple CCC Project - Care, Communication, Coordinate

The project team redesigned and implemented a new care coordination model which has transformed care delivery on the medical respiratory ward, improving safety, patient, carer and staff satisfaction.
Shellharbour Hospital
Added: 7 August 2015|Last updated: 4 November 2015
Seamless Transitions: The Pathway Home

Seamless Transitions: The Pathway Home

Royal North Shore Hospital redesigned the process of transferring information from the hospital to primary and community health services, including reintroducing a transfer of care risk screening tool and expanding the acute and post-acute care liaison role.
Royal North Shore Hospital
Added: 12 October 2015|Last updated: 27 October 2015
Falls Prevention Assessment in Occupational Therapy

Falls Prevention Assessment in Occupational Therapy

This project developed guidelines and resources to improve occupational therapist staff compliance with departmental protocols in place at Blacktown Mount Druitt Hospital.
Western Sydney Local Health District
Added: 9 October 2015|Last updated: 23 October 2015
Coordinated Discharge Package in Medical Assessment Units

Coordinated Discharge Package in Medical Assessment Units

This project provided a Coordinated Discharge Package, including a discharge summary and follow-up call, to patients discharged from Medical Assessment Units (MAUs) at Coffs Harbour Health Campus.
Coffs Harbour Base Hospital
Added: 8 October 2015|Last updated: 22 October 2015
Improving Clinical Communication at the Aged Care Emergency Service

Improving Clinical Communication at the Aged Care Emergency Service

This project trained residential aged care facility and emergency department staff in the Identify, Situation, Background, Assessment and Recommendation (ISBAR) clinical handover tool to enhance the effectiveness of the Aged Care Emergency (ACE) service.
Hunter New England Local Health DistrictHunter New England and Central Coast Primary Health Network
Added: 6 October 2015|Last updated: 21 October 2015
Appropriate Pressure Prevention Loan Equipment (APPLE) Project

Appropriate Pressure Prevention Loan Equipment (APPLE) Project

The APPLE project developed a new process to obtain and store Alternating Pressure Air Mattresses at Orange Health Service. Patients identified at ‘high risk’, those who have an existing pressure injury and/or those who are clinically indicated, are provided with pressure relieving equipment in a timely manner.
Western NSW Local Health District
Added: 21 September 2015|Last updated: 20 October 2015
Time to Get Active

Time to Get Active

The group activity program was expanded and used evidence based practice to inform the content and structure of the program. The new program includes tai chi and yoga, social and cognitive stimulus activities including afternoon tea, an outdoor/community access group, an indoor walking group, a standing exercise group and interactive games
Woy Woy Public Hospital
Added: 15 July 2015|Last updated: 29 July 2015
Patient Safety Starts with ME

Patient Safety Starts with ME

This project installed a patient safety board and innovation board to engage staff in the process and allow patients and visitors to see how clinical practice impacts on safety and quality.
Hastings Macleay Clinical Network
Added: 13 July 2015|Last updated: 28 July 2015
The Future of Service Cohesion

The Future of Service Cohesion

This project developed an integrated model of care that facilitated early discharge from inpatient units and transferred care back to the community, with home-based treatments provided by an Acute Care Team.
Croydon Community Health Centre, Concord Centre for Mental Health
Added: 25 May 2015|Last updated: 9 June 2015
Quality in Acute Stroke Care Implementation Project (QASCIP)

Quality in Acute Stroke Care Implementation Project (QASCIP)

Following results of a successful trial, the QASCIP implemented three clinical protocols to manage fever, hyperglycaemia and swallowing in stroke (the Fever, Sugar, Swallow (FeSS) clinical protocols). The Nursing Research Institute partnered with the ACI, 15 local health districts, clinicians and the National Stroke Foundation to implement the FeSS clinical protocols in all 36 NSW stroke services.
St Vincent's Health Network
Added: 27 May 2015|Last updated: 27 May 2015
Multidisciplinary Teams in Focus: Improving the Journey of the Person with Complex Needs

Multidisciplinary Teams in Focus: Improving the Journey of the Person with Complex Needs

This project aims to enhance multidisciplinary teamwork in a rural hospital, by ensuring that acute ward and community health staff participate in care planning for admitted patients and improve the interface between the acute settings and community health services.
Deniliquin Health Service
Added: 4 May 2015|Last updated: 4 May 2015
A Pain in the Gut

A Pain in the Gut

This project will audit the medical records of Australian Refined Diagnostic Reference Group G70 – Other Digestive System Disorders patients at Gosford Hospital to investigate the reasons for increasing length of stay and implement strategies to decrease this rate.
Gosford Hospital
Added: 16 April 2015|Last updated: 23 April 2015
Coordinating Mental Health Transfer of Care

Coordinating Mental Health Transfer of Care

Essential to seamless transfer of care is the engagement of and communication with relevant clinicians from the inpatient and community settings, as well as the consumer or carer during discharge planning. This project has highlighted the real issues underlying care coordination, which have persisted and become more complex as local services have evolved. An objective analysis of these issues has occurred with focused strategies and an implementation plan that places the patient at the centre of care....
Murrumbidgee Local Health District
Added: 31 March 2015|Last updated: 17 April 2015
Electronic Patient Journey Boards

Electronic Patient Journey Boards

The Electronic Patient Journey Board is a highly visible interactive touch screen, able to feed data directly from the electronic medical record and patient administration system. It is designed to facilitate multidisciplinary handover meetings with information displayed in a highly visual medium with graphic icons and colour schemes to discretely share clinical, financial and demographic information.
Central Coast Local Health District
Added: 17 December 2014|Last updated: 17 December 2014
Stepping Home with Cellulitis

Stepping Home with Cellulitis

Stepping Home with Cellulitis results in reduced length of stay for patients admitted to RNSH with Cellulitis through implementation of a clinical pathway.
Royal North Shore Hospital
Added: 4 December 2014|Last updated: 8 December 2014
Far West Mental Health Recovery Centre

Far West Mental Health Recovery Centre

The Far West Mental Health Recovery Centre (FWMHRC) is public mental health admission facility to be operated in partnership with a Community Managed Organisation (CMO) in NSW. The FWMHRC is a 10-bed unit in the grounds of Broken Hill Health Service. It provides step-up step-down care to people requiring support to overcome mental ill health. The inclusion of the FWMHRC into the spectrum of integrated mental health and drug and alcohol programs in Far West NSW has solved a number...
Neami National
Added: 23 October 2014|Last updated: 23 October 2014
Addiction Inpatient Redesign Project

Addiction Inpatient Redesign Project

The project aims to streamline the admission process to the two drug health wards. From admission, staff will work with the patient to develop a comprehensive care plan for their discharge back to the community, ensuring access to education and services to help keep them well. This will in turn reduce the number who are readmitted after relapse and help to keep people healthy in their community....
Concord Repatriation General Hospital
Added: 19 August 2014|Last updated: 10 October 2014
Wellness, Independence, Self-actualisation and Rehabilitation Program

Wellness, Independence, Self-actualisation and Rehabilitation Program

The project aimed to design and implement a model of care for the Wagga Wagga Mental Health Sub-Acute Unit. The decision was made to design a new service model rather than adopt an existing model of care used by another District or service. The model created was based on feedback from consumers, families, carers, mental health staff and staff of other service partners. The model reflects the unique needs of the District. It is a product of what stakeholders within...
Wagga Wagga Base Hospital
Added: 1 August 2014|Last updated: 9 October 2014

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