Durability of response to a targeted intervention to modify clinician transfusion practices in a major teaching hospital.

@article{Tobin2001DurabilityOR,
  title={Durability of response to a targeted intervention to modify clinician transfusion practices in a major teaching hospital.},
  author={Stasey Tobin and Donald Albert Campbell and Neil W. Boyce},
  journal={The Medical journal of Australia},
  year={2001},
  volume={174 9},
  pages={
          445-8
        }
}
OBJECTIVES To determine the durability of a successful intervention to modify clinician transfusion practices, and to compare current transfusion practices in the "intervention" hospital with those in a hospital with no intervention. DESIGN Prospective, descriptive study. SETTING Two major metropolitan teaching hospitals--Royal Melbourne Hospital and Western Hospital, Footscray. SUBJECTS Consecutive patient transfusion episodes for red cells, platelets and fresh frozen plasma (FFP… CONTINUE READING

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