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13 Feb 2020

We are seeking clinicians with a passion for driving positive change for the health of all Victorians, to join our 2020-21 Clinical Fellowship program. Our 12-month program is the only one of its kind in Australia and is a fantastic opportunity to build your skills. 

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  • Clinical/Acute Care
  • Governance and leadership
  • Innovation and improvement
12 Feb 2020
  • Innovation and improvement
05 Feb 2020

Tonsillectomy is one of the most common childhood surgeries and is usually performed to treat snoring, obstructive sleep apnoea or frequent tonsillitis.

New resources are now available to help families decide whether their child needs surgery to remove their tonsils. 

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  • Paediatric
04 Feb 2020

VAHI is leading a new project to link data from clinical quality registries (CQRs) with administrative datasets held by the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS).

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04 Feb 2020

VAHI works closely with Victorian health services to ensure the best use of data, information, indicators and reporting to benefit Victorians. But we don’t operate in vacuum.

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04 Feb 2020

Patient reported outcomes measures (PROMs) are an important mechanism for getting patients’ own assessments of how health services and interventions have affected their quality of life, daily functioning, symptom severity, and other dimensions of health that only they can know.

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31 Jan 2020
Safer Care Victoria has produced draft guidance to improve care for people who are agitated or aggressive (experiencing acute behavioural disturbance) in emergency care settings.... Read more...
  • Clinical/Acute Care
  • Emergency care
29 Jan 2020
The author and blogger Frank Sonnenberg penned “Smart people do stupid things. Stupid people don’t learn from them”. He could have been commenting on sentinel events and lessons learnt from them.... Read more...
  • Incident response
28 Jan 2020
Victorian health services do their best to prevent patients from being harmed and to continuously learn and improve. But we must recognise the personal impact serious adverse events. Hear from Frances, whose husband Anthony suffered terrible complications after emergency surgery.... Read more...
  • Incident response