Reducing variation in informed consent processes for maintenance dialysis and improving patient involvement in decisions about their care across Victorian renal hub services
Held on: Wednesday, September 25 2019, 1:00PM AEST
Where: Online - join via your computer!
Your Host: Peter Mount
About the webinar:
The Safer Care Victoria Renal Clinical Network (RCN) is working to reduce variation in the information provided to patients at the time of informed consent and improve patient involvement in decisions about their care, across Victorian renal hub services. To achieve this, written informed consent templates and a supporting policy document have been created. These documents contain recommended minimum standards for inclusion at the time of informed consent and relate to facility haemodialysis, home haemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis. This webinar will discuss the policy and consent templates and how these can be adopted to suit your health service.
About your presenters:
Associate Professor Peter Mount is Renal Clinical Lead for the Renal Clinical Network at Safer Care Victoria. He is a nephrologist and Deputy Head of the renal department at Austin Health, Melbourne. He also Chairs the Renal Clinical Network Governance committee and the Improving Patient-provider Communication project working group at Safer Care Victoria’.