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The Critical care clinical network (CCCN) works with intensive care clinicians to improve the quality of care and patient experiences in Victorian critical care units.

It consists of 41 public and private critical care units across regional and metropolitan Victoria.

We work in partnership with consumers and their families, health care professionals, Safer Care Victoria, the Department of Health and Human Services and other key stakeholders to ensure a coordinated and responsive system.

Recommended procedure to patients admitted to Victorian ICUs

The network has produced guidance to help clarify expectations of intensive care units and critical care health professionals under the Medical Treatment Planning and Decisions Act 2016. Read the guidance

Critical care clinical network video

Sharing her family story, consumer representative Mrs Barbara Rozenes talks about how - out of a crisis - she found a way to make a difference. Barbara is an active member of Victoria's Critical Care Clinical Network and advocates for families who have had a loved one in an intensive care unit.

Meet the clinician and consumer members of the Critical Care Clinical Network
The Critical Care Clinical Network undertakes priority projects to improve quality and safety in critical care settings across Victoria

Page last updated: 31 Oct 2018