Clinical council reports 

VCCAMM Triennial Report

The Victorian Consultative Council on Anaesthetic Mortality and Morbidity (VCCAMM) has released their 2012-2014 Triennial Report. The report presents key findings, recommendations and clinical practice points arising from the review of anaesthetic cases submitted to council during the period 2012 to 2014. 

VCCAMM 2012-2014 Triennial Report

Victoria’s mothers, babies and children

The Consultative Council on Obstetric and Paediatric Mortality and Morbidity (CCOPMM) report Victoria’s mothers, babies and children 2014 and 2015 presents key findings and recommendations arising from the review of births and deaths by the council. The report contains a range of morbidity data on Victorian birthing outcomes, and comprehensive mortality data on all Victorian maternal, perinatal, child and adolescent deaths.

The report enables analysis of health information related to Victorian mothers, babies and children, and highlights areas of clinical risk to inform practice, health policy and system planning.

Victoria’s mothers, babies and children 2014 and 2015

Congenital anomalies in Victoria

The CCOPMM has released Congenital anomalies in Victoria 2007-09 and Congenital anomalies in Victoria 2013-14 to report on the rates of major congenital anomalies in Victoria, risk factors for their development and trends over time.

Congenital anomalies in Victoria 2007-09
Congenital anomalies in Victoria 2013-14

Independent expert reports

Clinical engagement - scoping paper by Professor Christine Jorm

On behalf of Safer Care Victoria, Professor Christine Jorm has developed Clinical engagement: scoping paper to help us develop a cohesive long-term strategy for strengthening clinician engagement in Victoria. Professor Jorm is a world authority on medical education and has written extensively on workforce engagement.

This paper defines clinician engagement, clarifies its purpose, identifies priority areas for improvement and recommends some useful first steps that can be taken those areas.

Clinical engagement: scoping paper