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2020
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The top tips are designed to help consumers, their families, carers and other support people get the most out of their health care.

2020
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The Australian Charter of Healthcare Rights (second edition) - A4 Accessible version.

2020
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An infographic for consumers on the second edition of the Australian Charter of Healthcare Rights.

2020
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2020
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The tops Tips for Safe Health Care are now available in digital formats to display on screens.

2020
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Environmental cleaning is a key component of standard precautions; the first-line in infection prevention and control in the healthcare environment.

Updated July 2020.

2020
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Environmental cleaning is a key component of standard precautions; the first-line in infection prevention and control in the healthcare environment.

2020
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Display the Australian Charter of Healthcare Rights on your health service’s TV monitors and digital signs.

2020
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This poster includes step-by-step instructions for aged care workers regarding how to put on and remove personal protective equipment (including gowns, P2/N95 respirator masks, protective eyewear and gloves) when they are caring for residents with COVID-19. It also includes instructions on how to fit check P2/N95 respirator masks, where they are required to be used.

2020
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Maintaining good hand care is important for ensuring effective hand hygiene. Frequent hand hygiene is important for preventing the spread of infection, such as COVID-19, however frequent hand hygiene can take a toll on your hands.

The Australasian College of Dermatologists and the Occupational Dermatitis Research and Education Centre have recently developed information resources to support healthcare workers, ensuring that they have healthy hands.

2020
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This poster outlines the steps for putting on, and taking off, personal protective equipment (PPE) when implementing combined contact and droplet precautions, in addition to standard precautions, when caring for patients with infectious diseases such as COVID-19.