Management Plan For Patients With Cancer

853 WordsJun 6, 20164 Pages
. I was requested, by many staff, to return again. • Commended for efficiently arranging patient disposition, thus minimising disruption to flow. • First on-call for consultation of a variety of ED referrals, which required prioritisation, patient assessment, investigation requests, patient flow awareness and instituting management plans. • Co-ordinated transfers via RFDS to tertiary hospitals for complex patients while managing up to 23 patients with my supervisor. • Commended by rural GPs whom I phoned prior to patient discharge to enable an effective handover. • Recognised for completing quality discharge letters, leaving pending summaries to a record low. • Worked efficiently for preparation of, and during, fortnightly multidisciplinary meetings that discussed management for patients with cancer. My performance was commended by my Professors.  To complete the Medical Service Improvement Program at Rockingham General Hospital in 2016.  Involved in DVT prophylaxis and APACHE audit in ICU SJOG Murdoch in 2015.  Involved in the National Stroke Foundation Audit 2015 at Fiona Stanley Hospital with Dr Ghia and Gill Edmonds (CNS) which aims to evaluate the process in stroke management.  AHC antimicrobial stewardship program 2014: this audit examined the use of intraoperative antibiotics used by anaesthetists. I was involved in creating local guidelines for intraoperative antibiotics. I presented this information to the regional anaesthetists with Chief Pharmacist Ms
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