Summary Writer: Emily Nash
Editor: Amanda Walker, Bruce Way
Interviewee: Amanda Walker
James talks to Associate Professor Amanda Walker about National Safety & Quality Health Service Standards, also known as the National Standards and are a framework for ensuring that all health services across the country provide a consistent standard of safe and quality health care.
Amanda Walker is a Specialist in Palliative Medicine and is also working as a Senior Clinical Advisor at the Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Healthcare. She has worked at the NSW Clinical Excellence Commission developing programs addressing Diagnostic Error and End of Life Care, and has worked as a clinician, educator and administrator in South Western Sydney.
With Associate Professor Amanda Walker, Senior Clinical Advisor at the Australian Commission on Safety & Quality in Health Care
The National Safety and Quality Health Service (NSQHS) Standards, also known as the National Standards, are a framework to ensure that all health services across the country provide a consistent standard of safe and quality health care.
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