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2020
Newsletter

This issue includes items on patient safety practices, potentially preventable readmissions, patient and family engagement, transitions of care, homelessness, medication safety, medication reconciliation and Hepatitis C virus and more.

Also covered is the latest issue of Public Health Research & Practice along with the latest online papers from BMJ Quality & Safety and the International Journal for Quality in Health Care and the latest from the UK’s NICE.

2020
Newsletter
2019
Publication, report or update

In 2019, Professor Lynne Emmerton led the review of name similarity for:

  • Monoclonal antibodies (MABs) (commonly ending in the suffix ‘mab’)
  • Tyrosine kinase (factor) inhibitors (TKIs) (commonly ending in the suffix ‘nib’).

This included the theoretical risk of confusion within these classes of medicines in clinical practice, including the similarity in clinical indication, with a view to producing a specialised list of medicines. The results of this review can be found in this publication.

2020
Publication, report or update
2020
Publication, report or update

This report describes the findings of a national stocktake of health resources developed for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, undertaken by the Cultural and Indigenous Research Centre Australia (CIRCA).

2020
Newsletter

This issue includes items on value-based care and health equity, burnout, patient expectations, difficult conversations and more.

Also covered is the latest issue of the American Journal of Medical along with the latest online papers from BMJ Quality & Safety and the International Journal for Quality in Health Care and the latest from the UK’s NICE.

2020
Presentation

The below presentation by Dr.Peggy Brown AO, Senior Clinical Advisor for the Digital Mental Health project at the Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care (the Commission) has been developed for the public consultation of the draft National Safety and Quality Digital Mental Health (NSQDMH) Standards.

The Commission invites consumers and carers, clinicians, service providers, and interested stakeholders to provide feedback on the NSQDMH Standards during the public consultation period from March - April 2020. 

Please see safetyandquality.gov.au/dmhs for further information about this consultation.

2018
Audit, monitoring or reporting tool