Just over 2 percent of the NSW population were patients of the healthdirect telephone triage
service in a given year, ranging from 2.0 percent in 2010 to 2.5 percent in 2012 (Australian Bureau of Statistics 2012).
Among them, 13 (33%) used telephone triage
to make their appointments and 26 (67%) booked their appointment by themselves.
Training telephone triage
nurses in primary care settings to identify child maltreatment and its risk factors creates a vital resource for communities in the prevention and identification of child maltreatment.
services: Systematic review and a survey of Canadian call centre programs.
An initial method to decrease minor visits was the use of telephone triage
systems to advise patients whether to come to the emergency department.
Future meetings will provide updates in Disaster Response, including telephone triage
, for victims of disaster at all levels, as well as the opportunity for nurses who wish to certify in CPR.
Schmitt telephone triage
book and perused it ("How to Select Books on Parenting," January 2008, p.
He wanted to replace both with a "telephone triage
one stop shop".
Evaluation of emergency department referrals by telephone triage
. Pediatrics, 105:819-821.
According to Pulse, some GPs said trusts were relying on "telephone triage
" rather than face-to-face consultations, while others were increasingly using nurses rather than doctors.
Intended for use during office hours, this reference provides 100 protocols for the telephone triage
of common pediatric symptoms.
The center provides after-hours telephone triage
to 90% of all Colorado pediatricians and is staffed by registered nurses who follow computerized triage algorithms.