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Five track and trigger observation and response charts (ORCs) designed using human factors principles are available from the Commission.
The Consensus Statement describes 10 essential elements for the provision of end-of-life care in settings where acute care is provided.
The Consensus Statement describes eight essential elements for prompt and reliable recognition of, and response to, physiological deterioration of patients in acute healthcare facilities in Australia.
In March 2009, the Commission published a paper on the use of observation charts to recognise clinical deterioration.
The clinician survey is part of the end-of-life care audit toolkit and is made up of 31 questions designed to be undertaken across four demographics; consultants, junior doctors, nurses and allied health professionals.
This guide explains what the 10 elements for safe and high-quality end-of-life care mean for you as a patient, and for families, carers and consumers.
National Consensus Statement: essential elements for recognising & responding to clinical deterioration
A guide to support implementation of the National Consensus Statement