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Young People Exiting Care: Out of Home Care Health Pathways Program Stage 3

Young People Exiting Care: Out of Home Care Health Pathways Program Stage 3

This project is in response to the request from NSW Kids and Families to address the identified cohort ‘Young People Exiting OOHC’ as part of the statewide OOHC Health Pathways Program.
South Eastern Sydney Local Health District
Added: 19 August 2015|Last updated: 7 September 2015
Toolkit for Adolescents and young people with chronic pain: Supporting transition or direct entry to adult services

Toolkit for Adolescents and young people with chronic pain: Supporting transition or direct entry to adult services

Aim: To develop a statewide toolkit of resources to assist pain clinics managing adolescents and young people aged 14-25 years with chronic and complex pain. The too...
Benefits: The experience of young people entering adult services will be assisted by having age appropriate treatments, approaches and resources available. The transition...
26 April 2016
Cystic Fibrosis Model of Care

Cystic Fibrosis Model of Care

Aim: Maintain or improve the health and wellbeing of people with CF Provide consumers with greater choice for how and where care can be safely and effectively provid...
Benefits: Better meet the health care needs of people with CF in NSW now and into the future Build capacity within the health system to provide timely and effective care
15 January 2016
Transition Care Principles

Transition Care Principles

Aim: The principles document for the transition of young people with chronic conditions from paediatric to adult care has been developed by the Agency for Clinical I...
Benefits: Despite agreement about the importance of effective transitional care, there is little evidence to inform best practice about both the process of and what const...
20 October 2014
Framework for Urinary Continence in Children and Young People

Framework for Urinary Continence in Children and Young People

Aim: This initiative aims to provide leadership, support and advice on development of a framework for paediatric urinary continence that includes evidenced based gui...
Benefits: The potential benefits include: development of state wide evidenced based guidelines for clinicians that aim to improve patient care development of an educatio...
4 January 2016

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