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RCH has partnered with the NSW Agency for Clinical Innovation, Queensland Health Clinical Excellence Division and Safer Care Victoria to form the Paediatric Improvement Collaborative (PIC). One of the main aims of the PIC is to reduce unwarranted variation in
clinical care via the development, endorsement, publication and promotion of evidence based paediatric clinical practice guidelines (CPGs) that outline best practice clinical management of high volume and high risk paediatric clinical conditions. It is hoped that the PIC will become a national entity over
the next few years.
The app will enable you to search and browse more than two hundred clinical practice guidelines and they can be viewed offline.
We have a number of CPGs in the process of being developed, reviewed or updated, these include: Resuscitation Analgesia and sedation Idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura Cellulitis and skin infections Sepsis Community Acquired Pneumonia Chickenpox (Varicella)
January 2020 The following CPGs have been revised / developed through the Committee process: Haemophilia Ataxia Thoracocentesis & Chest drain insertion Recognition of the seriously unwell neonate and young infant Stroke With new registrars onboard we have been updating some of the older CPGs. This month we updated the following: Local Antimicrobial Guidelines
The Royal Children’s Hospital has been producing paediatric clinical practice guidelines for over 20 years and developed more than 300 topics. Hear from A/Prof and Paediatrician Mike Starr on why it’s important to use clinical practice guidelines that are specific for children in order to provide them with the best standard of care. The Royal … Continued
A new Paediatric Improvement Collaborative (PIC) between Queensland Health Clinical Excellence Division, the NSW Agency for Clinical Innovation, Safer Care Victoria and RCH has formed. The PIC aims to improve the safety, reliability and effectiveness of care for children in any acute setting by jointly committing funds to further enhance the quality of the Statewide … Continued
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