Delivering better sepsis care in regional and remote communities - Gove District Hospital, NT: Implementation case study

Despite the unique challenges of caring for sepsis in remote parts of Australia, Gove District Hospital - a small regional hospital in NT - has implemented ongoing improvement in sepsis care over several years, contributing to sepsis pathway development for small hospitals statewide. Learn about the significant changes to culture and processes at Gove District Hospital, triggered by the untimely and tragic death from sepsis of a young girl in the Gove community.

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This is one of three implementation case studies supporting the Sepsis Clinical Care Standard.  

Publication year
2022
Resource type
Fact sheet or brochure