What is the NSW State-wide Referral Criteria (SRC)?
State-wide referral criteria (SRC) are clinical decision-support tools that give health professionals the referral criteria they need to refer their patients to public specialist outpatient services across NSW.
SRC helps people who need to see a health professional in a NSW public specialist outpatient service to be referred and prioritised in a safe and timely way. They support patients and the health professionals looking after them to make a referral and assist NSW public specialist outpatient services with screening and triaging these referrals. Please visit the NSW Health website for more information.
3 x 1-hour information sessions will be held on the implementation of Ophthalmology and Gastroenterology SRC for NSW public outpatient services.
These sessions aim to provide an overview of the SRC, with a focus on how to access and apply the recently released Ophthalmology and Gastroenterology SRC.
Audience: General Practitioners, Optometrists, Orthoptists, Ophthalmologists and Gastroenterologists.
|Thursday, 10 August 2023||06:00 – 07:00 pm||Please register here|
|Wednesday, 16 August 2023||12:00 – 01:00 pm||Please register here|
|Thursday 24 August 2023||08:00 – 09:00 am||Please register here|