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Quality and Safety Challenge 25 thSept 2012 Wellington. Dr Vinod Singh Chairman, NZVTEP Steering Group. Distinguished Clinical Teacher,Medicine, Uni.of.

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1 Quality and Safety Challenge 25 thSept 2012 Wellington. Dr Vinod Singh Chairman, NZVTEP Steering Group. Distinguished Clinical Teacher,Medicine, Uni.of Auckland. Consultant Physician, North Shore Hospital.

2 The NZ VTE Prevention Steering Group members are: Vinod Singh - Chairman / Acute Stroke and Internal Medicine, WDHB / Distinguished Clinical Teacher Medicine, the University of Auckland Anne Blumgart - Project Manager NZ VTE Prevention Programme / Secretary NZ VTE Prevention Steering Group / Principal Pharmacist Drug Utilisation Evaluation, CMDHB Eileen Merriman - Consultant Haematologist, WDHB Sharon Jackson - Consultant Haematologist / Clinical Head of Haematology, CMDHB Gordon Royle - Consultant Haematologist, CMDHB Chris Cameron - General Physician and Clinical Pharmacologist, CCDHB Daryl Pollock - Clinical Nurse Specialist Haemophilia / Thrombosis, MCDHB Elizabeth Brookbanks - Pharmacist Team Leader Medical Services, WDHB Debi Smith - Thrombosis Clinical Nurse Specialist, CMDHB Tracey Woulfe - Thrombosis Clinical Nurse Specialist, WDHB Neil Graham - Consultant Physician, BOPDHB David Simpson – Clinical Haematologist, WDHB Richard Luke - Cardiologist, Hasting Johanna Lim - Clinical Pharmacist, HBDHB (resigned December 2011)

3 Andre van Rij H.O.D. Surgery, Otago DHB, DunedinAndrew Bowers Physician : General Medicine, Otago DHB, DunedinAnne Blumgart Pharmacist, MiddlemoreAnne Blumgart MiddlemoreBarbara Neave Surgical Quality Insurance, CDHB Bruce King General Physician, NelsonCatherine Shaw CNM Medical Ward, Northland DHBCatherine Shaw CNM Medical Ward, Northland DHBCharlotte Jones Pharmacist - Wards 41& 42 Team Pharmacy Department Leader SurgeryChris Duffy C.D. General Medicine, Tairawhiti DHBChristina Cameron General Physician, Wellington HospitalClaire McLintock Haematologist, AucklandDaryl Pollock Thrombosis Nurse, Palmerston NorthDebi Smith VTE Nurse Specialist, MiddlemoreDiane Redding Pharmacist Southland DHB, InvercargillDianna Hurne Pharmacist, Tairawhiti DHBGillian Robb University of Auckland, Faculty of Medical & Health SciencesGordon Royle Haematologist, MiddlemoreHannelie Fourie CNM Orthopaedic Ward, Tairawhiti DHBKathy Olsen VTE Project Co-ordinator, BOPDHBKerry Gunn Aneasthetist, Auckland DHBLeonard Bagley Pharmacist Southland DHB, InvercargillMargaret Dewse VTE Project Co-ordinator, BOPDHBNeil Graham H.O.D. Medicine, BOPDHBNirasha Parsotam Principal Pharmacist for medication safety, Auckland DHBPauline Connors Outpatient Haematology Nurse, CDHB Peter Mcintosh Research Pharmacist, Hawkes Bay DHBReena Chauhan Pharmacist: Medication Safety, Auckland DHBRenea Collins CNC VTE Prevention, Brisbane, AustraliaRhondda Paice Richard Luke Cardiologist, Hawkes Bay DHBSanjeev Chunilal Haematologist, North Shore HospitalSavitha Bhagwan Sharon Jackson Haematologist, MiddlemoreShelly Proctor Pharmacist, Waikato DHBThrombo Team sanofi-aventis staffTracey Woulfe VTE Nurse, North Shore HospitalVinay Kumari VTE Nurse, MiddlemoreVinod Singh Physician : General Medicine/Stroke, Waitemata Writer/Developer Name :Dr Vinod Singh FRACP Vikrant Singh BSC.Phone Name:Vinod Singh

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5 PURPOSE OF THIS POLICY FRAMEWORK This Policy Framework aims to guide DHBs and health providers with planning and progressing improved prevention of hospital-associated VTE in adult hospitalised patients. It has been compiled in consultation with the multidisciplinary membership of the NZ VTE Prevention Steering Group and key opinion leaders drawn from a range of clinical sub-specialities and the Medical Colleges. This Policy Framework utilises current knowledge about effective ways of implementing VTE prevention activities in hospitals, and includes:

6 Our Expectations –HQSCommission will disseminate the information to all DHBs, Hospitals and encourage VTE prophylaxis. –Will ask NZVTEP for assistance if necessary. –We hope ALL DHBs, Hospitals in New Zealand will have a VTE prevention policy for adult patients, soon.

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