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2017
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2020
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Carbapenemase-producing Enterobacterales (CPE) is a family of bacteria that produces an enzyme that breaks down carbapenem antibiotics so they no longer work – the bacteria are usually resistant to these and many other antibiotics. This consumer resource explains how people get infected and screening procedures for CPE.

2017
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2020
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Asymptomatic bacteriuria: reducing inappropriate antimicrobial prescribing for aged care facility residents

2020
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This fact sheet provides important information for clinicians to consider when discussing advance care plans with patients and sets out the actions that directly relate to advance care planning in the NSQHS Standards.

2020
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This fact sheet provides information for day procedure services about processes and practices that facilitate comprehensive care suitable to their setting and the patient population.

2020
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Health service organisations are required to develop and implement systems and processes that support patient-clinician discussions about the patient’s preferences for care in the future, to document advance care plans, and to act on advance care plans as part of comprehensive care delivery and for the NSQHS Standards.

2020
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The purpose of this fact sheet is to support health service organisations with implementation of partial easing of restrictions on elective surgery, investigations and procedures and standard and transmission-based infection prevention and control precautions.

This resource was last updated on 5 August 2020.

2020
Fact sheet or brochure

Information for consumers regarding the use of face masks to protect against the transmission of COVID-19.

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.