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HELiCS stands for Handover: Enabling Learning and Communication (for) Safety. It is a clinical tool for ongoing observation, improvement and evaluation of clinical handover.

Produced by University of Technology Sydney, Centre for Health Communication - HELiCS as a tool for ongoing observation, improvement and evaluation of clinical handover as part of the National Clinical Handover Initiative Pilot Program. The Pilot Program was conducted in 2007-2009, and involved public and private sector organisations funded to develop and trial practical and transferable tools for improving clinical handover.

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HELiCS Booklet

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Publication year
2008
Resource type
Guide, user guide or guidelines
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