Consumer Advisory group
We are keen to hear from consumers about their experience with vascular access devices. If you would like to join a Consumer Advisory group and provide your thoughts about vascular access device insertion and care, please email us.
We are seeking input and feedback from consumers with experience of a vascular access device to participate in a short survey about what vascular access information is important to them. This involves completing a short, online survey about vascular access variables proposed by our research team (e.g., "pain rating", "difficult venous access") and rating their importance according to the individual's own experience.
Preventing infections in vascular access: Information for patients and carers brochure
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Ray-Barruel G. Consider the patient's voice. British Journal of Nursing. 2016;25(8):S3.
ABC RN-Breakfast interview 29 April 2016:
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