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2008
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Produced by Hunter New England Area Health Service - ISBAR revisited: Identifying and Solving Barriers to Effective Handover in Inter-hospital Transfer as part of the National Clinical Handover Initiative Pilot Program.

2008
Guide, user guide or guidelines

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.

2008
Guide, user guide or guidelines
2009
Guide, user guide or guidelines

A guide for the safe use of electronic clinical handover tools was developed with University of South Australia, South Australian Department of Health and the University of Tasmania. 

2009
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Produced by Mater Health Services Brisbane - SHAREing Obstetric Care Clinical Handover between VMOs and Midwives as part of the National Clinical Handover Initiative Pilot Program.

2009
Guide, user guide or guidelines
2009
Guide, user guide or guidelines
2009
Guide, user guide or guidelines

Produced by Mater Health Services Brisbane - SHAREing Obstetric Care Clinical Handover between VMOs and Midwives as part of the National Clinical Handover Initiative Pilot Program.

2009
Poster or graphic

Produced by Mater Health Services Brisbane - SHAREing Obstetric Care Clinical Handover between VMOs and Midwives as part of the National Clinical Handover Initiative Pilot Program.

2009
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Produced by Albury-Wodonga Private Hospital - The PACT Program: Communication training and team training to support handover as part of the National Clinical Handover Initiative Pilot Program.

2009
Guide, user guide or guidelines

Produced by South Australia Department of Health and University of Tasmania - SafeTECH: Safe tools for electronic clinical handover as part of the National Clinical Handover Initiative Pilot Program.

2011
Guide, user guide or guidelines
2011
Poster or graphic
2015
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An infographic for consumers about health literacy.

2015
Guide, user guide or guidelines

The Labelling Standard is designed to reduce the risk of patient harm from injectable medicines by helping healthcare professionals identify the correct injectable medicine or fluid (container), route of administration of the injectable medicine (conduit) and patient for whom the medicine is intended.