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Health Quality & Safety Commission | News
Learning from adverse events focus of report
Learning from things that go wrong in health care is a focus of this year’s adverse events report.
New Safety Signal released
The latest Safety Signal discussed the risk of serious adverse drug reactions.
New DHB guide for consumer engagement
The Health Quality & Safety Commission's Partners in Care programme has released a new guide promoting consumer engagement in New Zealand district health boards (DHBs).
Report shows significant reduction in stillbirths
The Perinatal and Maternal Mortality Review Committee’s (PMMRC’s) ninth annual report shows there was one death for every 100 babies born in New Zealand in 2013.
New areas allow greater understanding of perioperative harm
The fourth report of the Perioperative Mortality Review Committee covering the period from 2008-2012 includes several new areas: coronary artery bypass grafts (CABG), percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty (PCTA), bariatric surgery and severe post
Sponsorship for consumers and providers to attend the 2015 APAC Forum [CLOSED]
Applications are open for sponsorship for consumers and providers to attend the 2015 APAC Forum on Quality Improvement in Healthcare.
May 2015 'Medication Safety Watch' out now
The May 2015 edition of Medication Safety Watch is now online.
Bestselling US health writer Dr Atul Gawande gives Wellington public lecture
Dr Atul Gawande, one of the world’s biggest-selling and most influential health writers, is to give a public lecture in Wellington.
Feedback sought on DHB guide for engaging consumers [closed]
The Health Quality & Safety Commission's Partners in Care programme is developing a practical guide to help New Zealand district health boards improve their consumer engagement, particularly at policy and governance levels.
Commission forum a rare opportunity to hear and talk with Dr Atul Gawande
The Health Quality & Safety Commission is urging people working in the health and disability and aged care sectors to take full advantage of a rare opportunity to hear and talk with one of the world’s most respected and forward-thinking health communicato