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Understanding the effect of clinician dependent versus 
pathways for the management of Salmonella-like 
symptoms in an eme...
background 
• May 2013 Salmonella-like symptom surge 
• ‘Disaster’ declared 
• Just-in-time pathway introduced 
Aim 
• Und...
methods 
• Design 
• Setting 
• Data collection 
• Data analysis 
• Protection of human participants
results 
• Number of patients 
• Demographics
results 
• Length of stay 
• Disposition
discussion 
• Length of stay 
• Disposition 
• Just-in-time pathways 
• Future public health emergencies 
• Use when patie...
Understanding the effect of clinician dependent versus 
pathways for the management of Salmonella-like 
symptoms in an eme...
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Understanding the effect of clinician dependent versus evidence-based pathway for the management of Salmonella-like symptoms in an emergency department

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Ranse J, Luther M, Ranse K. (2014). Understanding the effect of clinician dependent versus evidence-based pathway for the management of Salmonella-like symptoms in an emergency department; paper presented at the 12th International Conference for Emergency Nurses, Perth, Australia, 9th October.

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Understanding the effect of clinician dependent versus evidence-based pathway for the management of Salmonella-like symptoms in an emergency department

  1. 1. Understanding the effect of clinician dependent versus pathways for the management of Salmonella-like symptoms in an emergency department Mr Jamie Ranse, Mr Matt Luther, Dr Kristen Ranse Supported by an ACT Health Practice Development Scholarship
  2. 2. background • May 2013 Salmonella-like symptom surge • ‘Disaster’ declared • Just-in-time pathway introduced Aim • Understanding the effect of clinician dependent management versus pathways for Salmonella-like symptoms
  3. 3. methods • Design • Setting • Data collection • Data analysis • Protection of human participants
  4. 4. results • Number of patients • Demographics
  5. 5. results • Length of stay • Disposition
  6. 6. discussion • Length of stay • Disposition • Just-in-time pathways • Future public health emergencies • Use when patients present with Salmonella-like symptoms on a daily basis • Teachable moment
  7. 7. Understanding the effect of clinician dependent versus pathways for the management of Salmonella-like symptoms in an emergency department Mr Jamie Ranse, Mr Matt Luther, Dr Kristen Ranse Supported by an ACT Health Practice Development Scholarship

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