Implementation

Choosing Wisely Australia encourages and supports clinicians, consumers and organizations committed to embedding Choosing Wisely recommendations and principles into practice. An increasing number of quality improvement projects and activities are underway across the country that are building capacity for the spread and scale of Choosing Wisely. These projects are locally led and adapted to address issues that are a priority for that setting. Implementation is supported by a growing array of toolkits that are available to support your project. As well, we host networking forums to encourage sharing of both resources and learnings.

Downloadable slide deck for Choosing Wisely Australia
29 Jun 2020 | Media centre

Downloadable slide deck for Choosing Wisely Australia

A slide deck for Choosing Wisely Australia advocates who are presenting on the initiative at meetings or events.

Choose Wisely Choose Co-Design
27 Feb 2020 | Media centre

Choose Wisely Choose Co-Design

Sunshine Coast Hospital and Health Service (SCHHS) recognises that for many people hospital is just one part of their healthcare journey, so helping consumers ask questions about their care and promoting broader collaboration with consumers is vital.

Geelong GP helps patients to ask questions
27 Feb 2020 | Media centre

Geelong GP helps patients to ask questions

Dr Deb Harley is a general practitioner in a large Geelong practice and has been a keen supporter of the Choosing Wisely initiative over the past few years.

Clinical case studies to promote recommendations
05 May 2020 | Media centre

Clinical case studies to promote recommendations

As part of Choosing Wisely Australia’s clinical educational activities, members are being encouraged to develop case studies that demonstrate the application of specific recommendations for use in their usual teaching modules.

Engaging	young doctors to help drive change
25 Jun 2020 | Media centre

Engaging young doctors to help drive change

During the past two years Eastern Health has been implementing its No Unnecessary Tests (NUTS) program, which has strong alignment with the principles of Choosing Wisely Australia. The NUTS philosophy is that patients should receive investigations that will benefit clinical decision-making.

Becoming a Choosing Wisely Champion Health Service

Stewardship toolkit for clinical educators

The Health Resource Stewardship for Clinical educators contains educational material about the Choosing Wisely initiative for use in universities, hospitals and health professional colleges

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