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|Title:||Managing triage with uniformity and individualised care - is it possible?|
|Place of publication:||Australia|
|Journal title:||Australian Emergency Nursing Journal|
|Abstract:||Triage is a complex and important area of emergency nursing. With the introduction of the National Triage Scale and various enhancement programs, there is a greater need for uniformity in the practice of triage. This paper looks at the impact this has in Victoria and raises a number of questions that need to be addressed in the near future. Both emergency nurses and physicians need to work together to achieve a practice which can be justified in all areas where the National Triage Scale is adopted.|
|Internal ID Number:||00214|
|Health Subject:||EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT|
NATIONAL TRIAGE SCALE
|Appears in Collections:||Research Output|
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