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Safer Care Victoria
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This resource is for maternity services who are planning improvement work to reduce the rate of stillbirths in the third trimester of... Read more...
  • Maternity and newborn
Safer Care Victoria
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This resource is for maternity services that are planning improvement work to reduce the rate of third and fourth degree perineal tears... Read more...
  • Maternity and newborn
Safer Care Victoria
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The Maternity and Newborn Learning Health Network (MNLHN) Improvement Program aims to build improvement capability and drive improved... Read more...
  • Maternity and newborn
Consultative Council on Obstetric and Paediatric Mortality and Morbidity
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Produced by the Consultative Council on Obstetric and Paediatric Mortality and Morbidity (CCOPMM), the Victoria’s mothers, babies and... Read more...
  • Incident response/review
Safer Care Victoria
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An opportunity for healthcare services to participate in the Check Again Network (The Network). The Network aims to improve the... Read more...
  • Innovation and improvement
Safer Care Victoria
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Discussing options with parentsOur fact sheet is designed to help general practitioners and families discuss the risks and benefits of... Read more...
  • Clinical/acute care
Safer Care Victoria
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This guide has been revised to help health services in Victoria fulfil their obligations when notifying and managing sentinel events.In... Read more...
  • Incident response/review
Safer Care Victoria
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The Victorian perinatal services performance indicators report aims to improve outcomes for Victorian women and their newborns by... Read more...
  • Maternity/neonatal
Safer Care Victoria
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Rostering is one of the most complex and important professional and organisation functions undertaken by nursing and midwifery managers... Read more...
  • Governance/leadership
Safer Care Victoria
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Umbilical vein catheterisation is the preferred initial venous access in infants < 800 g, but also a convenient route to obtain... Read more...
  • Clinical/acute care
  • Maternity/neonatal