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Health Quality & Safety Commission | News
Telling New Zealand’s quality story
The Health Quality & Safety Commission held a successful workshop in Wellington last week, to review the first complete set of Quality Accounts by district health boards (DHBs).
Health Quality & Safety Commission welcomes new Board members
Health Quality & Safety Commission Chair Prof Alan Merry is delighted to welcome three new Board members.
Ministry of Health seeks consumer advisor
The Ministry of Health is seeking a consumer advisor for the Healthcare Associated Infections Governance Group (HAIGG).
Request for tender: National in-patient experience survey and reporting system
The Health Quality & Safety Commission seeks tenders from interested parties to develop and maintain a national in-patient experience survey and reporting system.
Conversations about end-of-life care
The Conversation Project began in 2010 and has inspired and helped facilitate many conversations between individuals and their loved ones about end-of-life care.
New Atlas promotes improvements in child health
A new online tool produced by the Health Quality & Safety Commission gives New Zealanders a clearer overview of how early childhood health services work for children and their families.
Consider the safety of children this Children’s Day
Safekids Aotearoa and the Child and Youth Mortality Review Committee (CYMRC) are encouraging families to celebrate Children's Day by assessing how safe their children are at home, on the road, around moving vehicles, and in the presence of alcohol.
Hand hygiene knowledge and perceptions survey
Hand Hygiene New Zealand is running a quick online survey for DHB health care workers, to better understand the attitudes and perceptions that exist out hand hygiene.
Health Workforce NZ February 2014 Stakeholder Bulletin
The Health Workforce New Zealand February 2014 bulletin for stakeholders is now available.
Surveying teamwork and communication
This essay 'Do you work well with others? It depends on whom you ask' shows the results of a study on teamwork and communication undertaken at Vancouver's St Paul's Hospital.