Tue, Mar 10 2020, 19:00 PM AEDTA Pathway to Cardiac Recovery: Standardised Program content for Phase II Cardiac Rehabilitation
The eagerly anticipated cardiac rehabilitation program outline, A Pathway to Cardiac Recovery resource is now available. A National Heart Foundation and Deakin Institute Of Physical Activity & Nutrition (IPAN) collaboration, with funding from Safer Care Victoria’s Cardiac Clinical Network, the ‘standardised program content for Phase II Cardiac Rehabilitation’ resource will guide clinicians working in cardiac rehabilitation about what specific content the experts and evidence suggests are the best investments of their time, energy and resources toward positive patient outcomes. This webinar will ( to be fleshed out.....)
Tue, Dec 17 2019, 13:30 PM AEDTInfluenza: reflections on the 2019 season
There will be a panel of six experts who will be asked questions by the moderator on varies aspects on the 2019 Victorian influenza season
Wed, Nov 6 2019, 13:00 PM AEDTMaking a decision about tonsillectomy
Paediatric Clinical Network | This session is particularly for general practitioners, GP registrars and GP practice nurses and covers: • Appropriate treatment options for children with obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA) or recurrent tonsillitis • Paediatric State-wide HealthPathways • Consumer resources to support parents in making a decision about tonsillectomy.
Thu, Oct 24 2019, 08:30 AM AEDTReaching and Caring for our most Vulnerable Children
Reaching and Caring for our most Vulnerable Children
Wed, Oct 16 2019, 14:00 PM AEDTWebinar – Outcomes from the Renal Key Performance Indicators review
Since 2012 the Renal Clinical Network has monitored the performance of renal services across Victoria to drive service improvement and support better outcomes for patients with chronic kidney disease. Safer Care Victoria produces quarterly KPI reports that compare how the state’s renal services are performing against these measures. We recently reviewed these indicators and developed a number of recommendations to drive improvement. Establishing new key performance indicators (KPI) for dialysis and transplantation, along with changes to existing KPIs, are among the recommendations from a review of our renal KPI program. This webinar will discuss the recommendations and plans for implementation of the changes. We will work with Victorian renal health services to introduce these changes over the next 12 months.
Wed, Oct 2 2019, 14:00 PM AEDTTaking the mystery out of the ANZICS CORE Registries
Wed, Oct 2 2019, 12:30 PM AEDTSharing the Journey: The Role of Allied Health in Palliative Care
Pallative Care Clinical Network
Wed, Sep 25 2019, 13:00 PM AEDTReducing variation in informed consent processes
The Safer Care Victoria Renal Clinical Network (RCN) is working to reduce variation in the information provided to patients at the time of informed consent and improve patient involvement in decisions about their care, across Victorian renal hub services. To achieve this, written informed consent templates and a supporting policy document have been created. These documents contain recommended minimum standards for inclusion at the time of informed consent and relate to facility haemodialysis, home haemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis. This webinar will discuss the policy and consent templates and how these can be adopted to suit your health service.
Mon, Sep 16 2019, 19:00 PM AEDTInfant Gastro-oesophageal Reflux and Irritability: how to diagnose as manage – The REducing MEDications in Infants (REMEDI) Study
The Health Services Research Unit at the Royal Children’s Hospital in partnership with Angliss Hospital, Box Hill Hospital, Frankston Hospital and Goulburn Valley Health is completing a study on the management of infant reflux or irritability or excessive crying or colic. As part of this study, we have developed an online webinar that runs for 40 minutes. This includes an education portion focused on: How to diagnose and manage infants with gastro-oesophageal reflux and gastro-oesophageal reflux disease (GORD); The harms and benefits of Acid Suppression Therapy (AST); Normal infant crying patterns; and Strategies to help settle infants to sleep. The webinar also includes 3 x 5-6 minute role play scenarios of hypothetical conversations with parents demonstrating: What NOT to do! Prescribing AST medication to infants with reflux or irritability or excessive crying; What TO do! How to NOT prescribe AST medications; and Weaning of
Wed, Aug 28 2019, 14:00 PM AEDTThe Truth about Reverse Osmosis Systems
Explaining the details of reverse osmosis filtration technology, its limitations and how to design an RO plant that meets AS/NZS4187 compliance