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Safer Care Victoria's clinical networks comprise health professionals, academics, health organisations and consumers.

Their role is to provide quality and safety leadership, champion change and drive improvement. 

How our networks work

Our Clinical network framework includes network guiding principles, accountability, and key structural and operational elements.

How our networks work with you

Our Clinicians as partners framework describes how the networks will ensure clinicians are actively involved in the design, delivery and constant improvement of our health system.

Working across the sector to improve cardiac care in Victoria
Provides leadership, expertise and advice on improving health outcomes for older people
Working across the sector to improve quality and safety in intensive care units
Working across the sector to improve quality and safety in Victorian emergency departments, urgent care centres and ambulance
Working with clinicians to improve the quality of care and patient's experiences with infections in Victoria
Working to improve quality and safety for women and newborns
Safer Care Victoria is establishing a new clinical network to focus on mental health
Driving and promoting clinical best practice in paediatric care
Working collaboratively to identify, implement and deliver best practice palliative care to people with a life-limiting illness
Promoting and facilitating high quality evidence based care for Victorians with kidney disease
Taking a statewide approach to improving the safety and quality of care for stroke survivors in Victoria

Page last updated: 04 Sep 2018