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Redcliffe Hospital launched in May 2018 the Nursing and Midwifery Professional Practice Model. It reflects our mission, vision and values as well as the five key components which define and support the delivery of nursing and midwifery care. The model has been developed from ground up with participation from all levels of nursing. Redcliffe has partnered with the Studor Group to help with the implementation process.
Leader development, monthly accountability meetings, employee rounding have all commenced. Patient rounding is planned to commence. A quality improvement planning roadmap has commenced in one unit with plans to roll out. The nursing schematic has been designed by nursing for nursing.
Radiologist and radiographer positions approved - now undergoing advertising and interviews. Other staffing on hold (nursing, clerical & non clinical support services).
Staffing for 2nd EDCT for 8 hours during the day - seven days per week when staffing finalized.
Out of hours escalation process to be followed.
aim statement changed to 80% from 90% to reflect a more realistic goal
Clinical Pharmacy Service to ED, Toowoomba Hospital commenced Monday 28 August 2017
Reports have been developed and were initially shared with each director. These are now produced weekly and posted on the wall outside theatre for doctors to access if they are interested.
accommodation issues for consumers within the sunshine coast region remain an issue. There is risk to funding the current step down housing supported accommodation and other options are urgently being assessed in the local area. Ongoing collaboration and engagement continues with the local housing department to prioritize consumers that have complex needs. Current planning within the HHS is looking at the feasibility of step up/ step down models.
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