Please enter details about the project:
A short summary that describes the initiative (think about how you would explain it to someone you met for the first time in a sentence or two).
What is the overarching aim or goal of the initiative?
What are the benefits for patients, the health system and/or staff?
The project has been implemented, is sustained in standard business.
The initiative is ready for implementation, is currently being implemented, piloted or tested.
Planning for the initiative is well underway. Clinician/Consumer consultation has occurred.
These include those that are in the operational plan and/or an active work project.
What led to this initiative? Explain the nature or extent of the issue. What was the evidence or reason that prompted the need for change?
What type of project is this? Is it an Innovation Award, a local Award, a CHR or CLP project? A Rural Health Innovation
TIP: It May be more than one type.
Activities / resources developed and rolled out as part of the initiative. What did you do or change to address the problem?
How is the initiative being evaluated?
What are the outcomes? What results have been achieved to date?
What did you learn? Were there challenges in solving the problem, or
implementing the change, or things you would do differently next time? Any
‘Aha’ or ‘Oh no!’ moments?
Please consider NGO’s, community organisations and Health Pillars or
programs that have assisted in the project such as Centre for Healthcare
Redesign, Clinical Leadership Program.
Where has this initiative been implemented? Details of Hospitals, GP Clinics,
Community Centres, LHDs/ health care providers implementing the initiative.
What references did you use to base your innovation on? This could be
references/links to webpages, documents that contain resources for the
initiative, published journal articles. Is there another organisation you need to
acknowledge – which provided you with ideas / solutions?
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