PROV-ED videos to promote Choosing Wisely recommendations in emergency departments
The PROV-ED Project by Clinical Excellence Queensland has developed videos and digital slides to promote the Australasian College for Emergency Medicine (ACEM) recommendations in emergency departments.
The PROV-ED (PROmoting Value-based care in EDs) Project, a state-wide project by Clinical Excellence Queensland, disseminates value-based emergency department (ED) initiatives to public hospital clinicians using display monitors in clinical areas of EDs across Queensland.
In 2020, the PROV-ED team developed videos and slides with information on six Choosing Wisely recommendations from the Australasian College for Emergency Medicine (ACEM) and promoted this material using the PROV-ED display monitor infrastructure across the state. These digital resources are available for use in other emergency departments. If you would like a copy of these digital resources, email [email protected].
PROV-ED / ACEM recommendation – What’s your decision rule for that CT scan?
PROV-ED / ACEM recommendation – Do they really need that CT scan?
PROV-ED / ACEM recommendation – Goals of end of life care
PROV-ED and Choosing Wisely ACEM recommendation – Avoid blood culture if…
PROV-ED and Choosing Wisely ACEM recommendation – Is a CT scan indicated?
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