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|Blood And Fresh Blood Product Administration|
This document provides clear direction for nursing and medical staff in relation to administration of blood and fresh blood products to adult and paediatric patients. The document supports staff meeting the requirements of National Safety and Quality Health Service Standard 7 - Blood and Blood Products and is aligned to the National Guidelines for the Administration of Blood Products - Australian and New Zealand Society of Blood Transfusion Ltd, Royal College of Nursing Australia 2nd Edition, December 2011.
|Blood And Blood Product Administration (PDF File 416k)|
|Blood Borne Virus In Health Care Workers Sop |
The Standing Operating Procedure for Blood Born Virus in Health Care Workers provides detail on the processes for the notification, assessment and identification of the appropriate scope of practice for Health Care Workers infected with a blood born virus who work in Health Directorate facilities.
|Blood Borne Virus In Health Care Workers Sop (PDF File 182k)|
|Blood Borne Virus Strategy For Amc|
The Strategic Framework for the Management of Blood Borne Viruses in the Alexander Maconochie Centre 2012-2014 (the Framework) has been developed to promote transparency and accountability in the management of blood borne virus infections in the Alexander Maconochie Centre (AMC).
| Blood Bourne Virus Strategy For Amc (PDF File 219k)|
Burnet Status Report (PDF File 341k)
Government Response Phaa Report (PDF File 165k)
|Blood Safe E-Learning Tool|
Portfolio Executive have endorsed the implementation of the 'Blood Safe' e-Learning tool as mandatory education for all ACT Health staff involved in the transfusion process. This includes everyone who prescribes; administers; collects pre transfusion specimens; and/or transports blood and blood products. The owner of the e-learning tool has endorsed online access at no cost for ACT Health staff. The Blood Safe e-Learning tool is accessible via Capabiliti.
|Blood Safe E-Learning Booking Instructions (PDF File 63k)|
|Breastfeeding - Act Breastfeeding Strategic Framework 2010-2015|
The overall aim of the framework is to identify strategies to increase the number of infants being exclusively breastfed from birth to six months, and to encourage ongoing breastfeeding with complimentary foods until at least 12 months of age in line with the National Health and Medical Research Council recommendations.
|Act Breastfeeding Strategic Framework (PDF File 483k)|
|Breastfeeding Friendly Workplace Policy|
This policy aims to clearly articulate the roles and responsibilities of the organisation relating to staff who are balancing breastfeeding and work.
|Breastfeeding Friendly Workplace Policy (PDF File 185k)|