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2018
Fact sheet or brochure

A fact sheet for clinicians outlining the safe and appropriate use of colonoscopy to maximise patients' benefits from the procedure and reduce the risk of harm.

2018
Fact sheet or brochure

This fact sheet provides useful information on each step of a colonoscopy procedure from referral to post-procedure report.

2018
Fact sheet or brochure

The goal of the Venous Thromboembolism Prevention Clinical Care Standard is to ensure that all adults presenting to hospital (as defined in the scope of the clinical care standard) have an assessment of VTE risk and bleeding risk that is formally documented. It also aims to ensure that VTE prevention is
appropriately prescribed and used to reduce avoidable death or disability from hospital-acquired VTE.

Clinicians can use the clinician fact sheet to support the delivery of high-quality care to help prevent hospital‑acquired VTE.

2018
Fact sheet or brochure

The Venous Thromboembolism Prevention Clinical Care Standard contains seven quality statements describing the care that people should expect to receive during and after a hospital stay to help reduce their risk of blood clots. These fact sheets explain each quality statement, what it means, and what you can do to have an active role in your care.

2012
Fact sheet or brochure

Day procedure services face particular challenges when implementing a recognition and response system. This fact sheet provides specific information and implementation strategies for such services.

2012
Fact sheet or brochure

Small, rural and remote health services face particular challenges when implementing a recognition and response system. This fact sheet provides specific information and implementation strategies for such services.

2018
Fact sheet or brochure

By using a standardised structured assessment method, health service organisations and assessors can be confident all components of safety and quality systems are comprehensively evaluated, and that assessments are based on evidence of actual performance from observations, interviews and records.

2018
Fact sheet or brochure

At each assessment to the National Safety and Quality Health Service (NSQHS) Standards (second edition) the Commission requires assessors to test an organisation’s ability to provide safe care including at times of high patient risk.