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Coroners Act Response to the Coronial Findings in the matter of Ms Irene Magriplis dated 21 September 2017



Coroners Act Response to the Coronial Findings in the matter of Ms Irene Magriplis dated 21 September 2017

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Manual: Section: Title: HS Policy Darwin Private Hospital Policy Manual Hospital Cllnlc;al Clinical Deterioration, Recognising and Responding to Clinical Deterioration, Recognising and Responding to. 8.45 8. REPORTING AND MONITORING DPH utilises Clinical Review Stickers in patient notes. Ref. No.: 2.06 (Prev 9.05) Issue Date: Aug 2017 Page: 7of10 The Emergency Response Data Collection Form (HMR 7) Is to be initiated when a Rapid Response or Code Blue is calle". All observations and documentation are to be made on this form. Rlskman Is used for capturing and auditing. all "Rapid ResponseD and ~~code Blue events. This enables Identification of clinical variables which may affect outcomes and identify areas for improvement. It is an expect~tion that post any Rapid Response or Code Blue a Riskman is completed by the Prima,Y Nurse or Team Leader. An outline of the Evaluation and Auditing process can be located In HSP policy 8.45 Clinical Deterioration. Recognising and Responding to document. All Rapid Response nd Code Blue fncldents are to be reviewed at the Clinical Deterioration Committee and tabled at the Patient Care Review Committee. staff debrief to occur for all Code Blue calls responding in a appropriate manner placing the patient at risk of harm KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS Rlskman reports reflect compliance with Darwin Private's Rapid Response Protocol. Medical Record Audits reflect accurate documentation and compliance to both policy REFRENCES HSP Policy 2.54 Suicide (Threatened, Attempted or Completed) of an Inpatient in a Non- Mental Health HSP Policy 8.18 Clinical Handover- Departmental and Intra-Unit HSP Policy 8.45 Clinical Deterioration. Recognising and Responding to document DPH Polley 9.04 .. sou. Unplanned Transfer To National Consensus statement: Essential Elements for recognising and responding to Clinical Deterioration: Australian Commission on Safety and Quality ln Health Care NT Government/ NT Health: Rapid Response Team RDH Procedure NT Government MR070.01 Adult{> 12 years) Observation Chart Author: Project Officer, HDU Review REVIEW HISTORY Date Reviewed by Event- ie new policy, minor revision. major changes Sept2014 New policy Aug2017 DON Polley updated to new template, renumbered. re;,named and moved to Clinical. UEdated as ~er External review recommendations REVIEW I CONSULTATION Authorised: Jo Seifer Authorised: Pauline Amorim Designation: General Manager Designation: Director of Nursing Signature: Signature:

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