Standardising care in BirthSuite/Postnatal units in Victoria Escalation of Care Examples Tertiary / Metropolitan Hospital with MET team RCH Deteriorating Patient Escalation of Care Procedure RCH Deteriorating Patient Escalation of Care in the Emergency Department RCH Deteriorating Patient Escalation of Care in the Medical Imaging Department RCH Observation and Monitoring Guideline Clinical … Continued
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ViCTOR ViCTOR 0 – 3 months ViCTOR 3-12 month ViCTOR 1-4 years ViCTOR 5-11-years ViCTOR 12-18-years ViCTOR Urgent Care ViCTOR Urgent Care under 3 mths ViCTOR Urgent Care 3 – 12 mths ViCTOR Urgent Care 1 – 4 yrs ViCTOR Urgent Care 5 – 11 yrs ViCTOR Urgent Care 12-18 yrs ViCTOR Neurological ViCTOR Neurological observation … Continued
Thinking of Implementing ViCTOR? Before you start, here is some feedback from our pilot sites and long term ViCTOR users for your consideration.. ViCTOR Key wins: A greater awareness of the deteriorating paediatric / newborn patient (e.g. acceptable and unacceptable ranges) The ability to trend observations over time including from the ED to the ward … Continued
The ViCTOR Back to Basics (B2B) series of videos, demonstrates how to conduct vital signs in children aged 0 – 18 years. Written, acted and developed by paediatric nurse educators in 2015, these videos are designed for any clinician working with paediatric patients. The videos specifically complement the ViCTOR and VICTOR Urgent Care charts. We suggest … Continued
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Got Feedback or suggestions? Let us know! email@example.com Jen Sloane: Statewide Project Coordinator – ViCTOR T: (03) 9345 5214 E: firstname.lastname@example.org ViCTOR administrative host: The Royal Children’s Hospital Melbourne c/- Nursing Education & Research 2nd Floor, East Building 50 Flemington Road, Parkville, 3052, Victoria
Branding the charts Can we put our logo on the charts? No. The charts come in a standardised format and layout and are unable to consider individual organisations logos. The ViCTOR charts have been purposely designed and tested for clinician useability therefore the project team do not want to risk altering the charts in any way. … Continued
**ViCTOR FLUIDS CHART PILOT NOW IN PROGRESS – Click here for pilot sites** In 2013 the Victorian Paediatric Clinical Network (VPCN) funded a joint proposal by The Royal Children’s Hospital (RCH) and Monash Children’s Hospital to develop a set of Statewide Paediatric Observation and Response Charts, now known as ViCTOR (Victorian Children’s Tool for … Continued
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