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Australians create clinical passport enabling healthcare staff to identify their strengths

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A clinical passport enabling healthcare staff to identify strengths, competencies and areas for improvement was developed on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland, Australia. Osler Technology was founded in 2015 by Dr Todd Fraser ? intensive care and retrieval medicine specialist ? and colleagues Steve Sacks and Jeff Ayton. Dr Fraser believes a better approach is possible for students and medical professionals to achieve excellence in patient care. Osler is a ?clear record of competence that allows users to migrate between facilities with a known and verifiable scope of practice.? This is the first such record of this type. | http://tiny.cc/nnc39y
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Lynn Wood @ 2019.07.23 7:14 AM
Identification of competence is very important, particularly in healthcare. Lynn

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By Mel Raassina

23 July 2019



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