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Essentials of Care

Essentials of Care (EOC) is a framework for the evaluation of the essential care provided at the clinical ward and unit level. Using transformational practice development methodologies healthcare teams are engaged in the evaluation and development of the clinical care provided.

The projects in this collection support the NSW Health Essentials of Care Program.
Improving the Patient Journey for Women with High-Risk Pregnancies

Improving the Patient Journey for Women with High-Risk Pregnancies

Wollongong Hospital established a consultant-led pre-anaesthetic clinic for women with high-risk pregnancies. It ensures women are supported during their pregnancy and delivery, and clinicians are prepared for any medical issues that may arise.
Anaesthesia, Obstetrics, Risk
Added: 8 September 2017|Last updated: 21 April 2021
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: 20 April 2021
Implementation of Advanced Radiotherapy Technology to Improve Clinical Outcomes in Rural NSW

Implementation of Advanced Radiotherapy Technology to Improve Clinical Outcomes in Rural NSW

After the successful implementation of quality improvement projects, the technology utilisation rate (intensity-modulated radiotherapy and volumetric modulated arc therapy) rose to over 70% in 2020, compared to below 22% in 2017 and stereotactic ablative body radiotherapy treatment is now available at Central West Cancer Care Centre, Orange.
Orange Health Service
Added: 1 March 2021|Last updated: 15 March 2021
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
Roads to Recovery

Roads to Recovery

Building an inclusive work culture from the ground up: Essentials of Care (EOC) in the new Mental Health Rehabilitation Unit at Sutherland Hospital, NSW. The Mental Health Rehabilitation Unit (MHRU) is a 20 bed declared facility. As a new team and unit, a great opportunity existed to build a positive work culture and practices from 'the ground up' and the staff were unified in their enthusiasm to provide recovery-oriented care and interventions. The multidisciplinary team used the Essentials of Care...
Sutherland Hospital and Community Health Service
Added: 13 December 2011|Last updated: 19 January 2015

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