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Safer Care Victoria has adopted the Model for Improvement to drive quality improvement in Victorian health services.

This process is a proven method for quality improvement used by healthcare organisations locally and internationally.

Learn more about the Model for Improvement

Read about some of our improvement projects below.

Help reduce inappropriate use of antibiotics and antibiotic resistance through an effective AMS program
Implementing a new way to treat critically ill Victorians, through a statewide model for extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO).
Applications are now open for the Better births for women collaborative to reduce third- and fourth-degree perineal tears
Find out how we're aiming to reduce the rate of stillbirth in Victoria
Read about how we're working to help you prevent and manage delirum for improved patient outcomes
Clinical network projects
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: 28 Jun 2019