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24-hour triage assessment in Taiwan

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Published: 13.01.20
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Yan-Ting Liou - National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan

Yan-Ting Liou speaks to ecancer at UKONS 2019 in Telford about the preliminary outcomes of applying the UKONS oncology and haematology 24-hour triage rapid assessment and access toolkit in Taiwan.

Liou explains how she found out about the tool and why she wanted to bring it to Taiwan to improve patient safety.

She explains that the results are looking very promising but that they are still collecting data in order to present the tool to other medical services in Taiwan.

Liou also talks about what she has gained from attending the UKONS conference.

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