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MediREACH: Improving Medication Safety for Patients

MediREACH: Improving Medication Safety for Patients

Murrumbidgee Local Health District developed a process to ensure all patients have a best possible medication history recorded on admission to hospital.
Murrumbidgee Local Health District
Added: 27 November 2017|Last updated: 15 December 2017
The Hep C Triple C: Care, Coverage and Cure

The Hep C Triple C: Care, Coverage and Cure

The JH&FMHN implemented a number of solutions to provide equitable and efficient access to the new curative hepatitis C virus medication in correctional centres across NSW.
Added: 27 November 2017|Last updated: 15 December 2017
It Takes Two

It Takes Two

It Takes Two was designed to educate nursing staff and managers on NSW Health and local policies regarding medication handling, with the aim of improving patient safety in the emergency department.
St George Hospital
Added: 27 October 2017|Last updated: 10 November 2017
Optimising Medication Reconciliation within Electronic Medication Systems

Optimising Medication Reconciliation within Electronic Medication Systems

Blacktown Hospital improved the quality of medication reconciliation by developing a new medication reconciliation form, delivering training to staff and conducting interviews with patients within 24 hours of admission.
Western Sydney Local Health DistrictBlacktown Mount Druitt Hospital (Blacktown Campus)
Added: 8 September 2017|Last updated: 25 September 2017
Pharmaceutical Procurement Proves Prosperous

Pharmaceutical Procurement Proves Prosperous

This project developed a process for the procurement (selection and purchasing) of medications that considered patient benefits, prescriber choice, cost and logistics. This included the development of a Pharmaceutical Procurement Pack, as well as open communication and engagement with key stakeholders.
Central Coast Local Health District
Added: 14 March 2017|Last updated: 28 April 2017
Medication Reconciliation: A Prescription for Safety

Medication Reconciliation: A Prescription for Safety

This project aims to reduce medication errors, by ensuring the patient’s medicines are accurately documented on admission to hospital and any changes are communicated to the patient and carer when they are discharged or transferred to another care provider.
Wollongong Hospital
Added: 15 March 2017|Last updated: 28 April 2017
Reducing the Incidence of Omitted Medication Administration

Reducing the Incidence of Omitted Medication Administration

This project improved education and workflow processes around medication administration, to reduce instances where patients either don’t receive their medication or don’t have a documented reason as to why their medication was not administered.
Dubbo Health Service
Added: 10 October 2016|Last updated: 24 October 2016
A Safe Benzodiazepine Guideline for Elderly Inpatients

A Safe Benzodiazepine Guideline for Elderly Inpatients

This project was a result of the Junior Medical Officer Quality and Safety Committee. While defining its role in its pilot 12 months, concerns regarding the prescribing of benzodiazepines in the elderly inpatients were identified and acted upon by way of two audits, guideline creation and education packages.
Hunter New England Local Health District
Added: 5 February 2015|Last updated: 11 February 2015

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