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2018
Poster or graphic

A poster listing the nine evidence-based quality statements for safe and appropriate colonoscopy, from the Colonoscopy Clinical Care Standard.

2018
Poster or graphic

The Venous Thromboembolism Prevention Clinical Care Standard poster displays seven evidence-based quality statements to help reduce the risk of blood clots during and following a hospital stay. 

2018
Guide, user guide or guidelines
2020
Guide, user guide or guidelines

This User Guide supports health services to implement Action 1.28 of the NSQHS Standards. It explains how health services and their clinicians can use data to improve the appropriateness of clinical care.

2020
Spreadsheet or data set

List of Topic Working Group members for Acute Anaphylaxis Clinical Care Standard.  

Updated August 2020.

2020
Guide, user guide or guidelines

This fact sheet explains what the Antimicrobial Stewardship Clinical Care Standard means for clinicians and for patient care.

2020
Guide, user guide or guidelines

This consumer guide explains what the Antimicrobial Stewardship Clinical Care Standard means for consumers, and what they can do to have an active role in their care.

2020
Poster or graphic

A poster providing consumers with information about reducing their risk of bowel cancer.

2020
Guide, user guide or guidelines

This document supports the implementation of the Venous Thromboembolism Prevention Clinical Care Standard.  Each section of the guide includes tips for implementation, case studies and examples of venous thromboembolism (VTE) prevention strategies, reflective questions and useful resources.

2018
Guide, user guide or guidelines

The Commission has identified a set of six essential elements for comprehensive care delivery, which represent different stages or processes that a patient may experience when clinical care is delivered.

2015
Guide, user guide or guidelines

The purpose of this guide is to provide practical guidance for managers and practitioners responsible for credentialing, and for determining and managing, a health practitioner’s scope of clinical practice. This is an ancillary guide only. It does not replace or supersede state, territory or organisational policies on credentialing.