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The Transforming EDs towards Cultural Safety (TECS) initiative supports the development of local multidisciplinary teams who share a passion for improving the cultural safety of patients and staff...


The Standardised and Safe Intubation Package (SSIP) provides a standardised, safe approach to patient intubation in Emergency Departments (EDs) that can be replicated in most Queensland Health...


NIX aims to streamline patient care in all areas of the Emergency Department (ED), through early initiation of investigations by nursing staff. NIX has been shown to improve the time to meaningful...


The Blood Clock avoids blood wastage by utilising a timer attached to MEDEVAC blood boxes from the blood bank to alert ED clinicians when unused blood must be returned to the blood bank.


Women in rural and remote areas may present to a hospital that does not have a designated maternity service when birth is imminent. Non-midwifery clinicians need to be able to provide safe and...


The Ellen Barron Family Centre (EBFC) Telehealth Parent Education Program is an early parenting and support telehealth service. This service is designed to partner with consumers by providing an...


Eat Walk Engage is a comprehensive multi-disciplinary program that improves care for older people in hospital, prevents delirium and promotes recovery. Eat Walk Engage is enabling hospitals to be...


The project reviewed the impact of implementing a transdisciplinary service in the Acute Stroke Unit (Toowoomba Hospital) on patient and service outcomes by comparing Short Stay Stroke Service (...


A partnership has been established between a group of allied health professionals from across the central and north-west belt of Queensland to improve the patient’s sub-acute journey, particularly...


The Rainy Day Care project tested a simple, practical, structured (yet flexible) bundle approach to ‘identify, assess and plan’ care for people with progressive life-limiting illness who may be...

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