Published: August 5, 2019
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Standardised care processes

The Department of Health & Human Services and Australian Centre for Evidence Based care (ACEBAC), has developed evidence-based standardised care processes (SCPs) in important areas of resident care.

The processes were developed as part of the Strengthening Care Outcomes for Residents with Evidence initiative (SCORE).

The processes help Victorian public sector residential aged care services to provide high-quality care for residents, by reducing variability and managing clinical risk.

There are 19 SCPs for priority risk areas of resident care:

• antimicrobial stewardship
• choking
• constipation
• dehydration
• delirium
• depression
• end of life care
• falls
• hypoglycaemia
• infection control
• oral and dental hygiene
• polypharmacy
• pain
• physical restraint
• pressure injuries
• responsive behaviours
• skin tears
• sleep
• unplanned weight loss.

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