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Improving persistent pain for youth in Queensland

Children, adolescents and young adults (CAYA) are at greater risk of receiving inadequate and inappropriate care for their persistent pain because of limited access to public health services for...

The RISE service provides improved rapid access to services within a non-acute care setting

The Rapid Interdisciplinary Senior Engagement (RISE) model of care enhances access to allied health, nursing, and geriatrician services to rapidly support older residents in the community. RISE ...

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The health burden for Adolescents and Young Adults (AYAs; 12-25 years) is increasing and there are challenges in care transition for young people, families and health professionals alike, with...

Reducing ED pressures

The Rapid Access Clinic (RAC) program enables specialist clinical units to maintain ongoing care, responsibility, and oversight for the non-elective care of their patients when they experience an...

Clinical Excellence Showcase 2022

Speeding up documentation allows clinicians to discharge Emergency Department (ED) patients more quickly. This may only be by five to 10 minutes (often more) but applied to more than 100 patients...

Paediatric Sepsis 5-year Roadmap

Sepsis is a leading cause of preventable death and disability in children. The  Queensland Paediatric Sepsis Program (QPSP) is an innovative, interdisciplinary program to reduce the burden of...

GuideWIRE Education

WIREd aims to upskill emergency clinicians to perform Guidewire Catheter Insertion utilising the Seldinger Technique for appropriate management of patients with acute urinary retention. ...

Start with Topical Anaesthesia, Replacing Procedural Sedation

This PROV-ED initiative promotes a specific technique to optimise the use of topical anaesthetic gel for effective pain relief of certain skin lacerations, aiming to reduce the need for procedural...

Streamlined Paediatric Cannulation in Emergency

SPaCE is a resource pack to help standardise and streamline paediatric cannulation processes, particularly in mixed emergency departments (EDs) with varying levels of staff experience. 
It...

RESUSMENU

RESUSMENU is a paper resource for medical staff to indicate and prioritise Rapid Sequence Induction (RSI) and/or cardiac arrest drugs to be prepared in advance of a patient requiring...

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Children, adolescents and young adults (CAYA) are at greater risk of receiving inadequate and inappropriate care for their persistent pain because of limited access to public...

The Rapid Interdisciplinary Senior Engagement (RISE) model of care enhances access to allied health, nursing, and geriatrician services to rapidly support older residents in...

The health burden for Adolescents and Young Adults (AYAs; 12-25 years) is increasing and there are challenges in care transition for young people, families and health...

The Rapid Access Clinic (RAC) program enables specialist clinical units to maintain ongoing care, responsibility, and oversight for the non-elective care of their patients when...

Speeding up documentation allows clinicians to discharge Emergency Department (ED) patients more quickly. This may only be by five to 10 minutes (often more) but applied to...