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ISOBAR: Nursing and Medical Handover in General Surgery, Emergency Medicine and General Medicine Minimum Data Set

Produced by Royal Hobart Hospital, Tasmania this resource provides a coherent frame of reference for supporting transferability of clinical handover improvement initiatives in different clinical settings.

This resource is part of the Implementation Toolkit for Clinical Handover Improvement

Produced by Royal Hobart Hospital, Tasmania - Nursing and Medical Handover in General Surgery, Emergency Medicine and General Medicine 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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Publication year
2008
Resource type
Guide, user guide or guidelines
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