Safer Care Victoria is developing an Evidence based guidance strategy that describes best practice and supports Victorian health services to deliver safe, high-quality care and experiences for patients, families and carers. The strategy will outline Safer Care Victoria’s approach to providing evidence based guidance and reduce unwarranted variation within Victorian healthcare services. The draft strategy:
- outlines how evidence based guidance supports Safer Care Victoria’s purpose and framework for improving quality
- describes Safer Care Victoria’s role within the broader context of evidence based guidance provision
- identifies the core principles and process that will underpin our evidence based guidance capability.
We are asking you to review the draft strategy and provide your feedback, which will inform the final evidence based guidance strategy that will be released in June 2019.
How can you participate?
This consultation has now closed. Thank you for your contribution.
All survey responses will be de-identified, but please be advised that if you have a registered account with Engage Victoria and you are logged in while submitting a survey this may mean that your account details are captured in connection with your completion of the survey. Please see privacy collection notice for full details.
We are now pleased to share the Consultation Report for this survey (below) and announce that the final strategy, Evidence-based guidance: A new approach to sharing best practice can be accessed on the Safer Care Victoria website - https://bettersafercare.vic.gov.au/reports-and-pub...
Privacy collection notice
The Department of Health and Human Services (the department) and Safer Care Victoria (SCV) is committed to protecting your privacy. SCV and the department collects and handles personal information in this consultation for the purposes of receiving your feedback on the proposed SCV approach to providing evidence based guidance to the Victorian healthcare sector.
If you do not provide us with the information requested in this consultation questions we will not be able to respond directly to your comments raised, or seek further clarification to understand any specific issues, concerns or suggestions raised.
All survey responses will be de-identified, but please be advised that if you have a registered account with Engage Victoria and you are logged in while submitting a survey this may mean that your account details are captured in connection with your completion of the survey. This may result in your survey responses not being de-identified. To ensure your survey responses are de-identified, please ensure you are not logged in to Engage Victoria while submitting a survey.
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