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Eighth Annual Report of the Perinatal and Maternal Mortality Review Committee
Third report of the Perioperative Mortality Review Committee
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Patient and consumer centred care
The Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care has developed a programme focusing on patient and consumer centred care.
What do clinicians need to know about shared decision making?
This article from the Medical Journal of Australia covers the process for shared decision making, the role of decision support tools, and misconceptions and challenges which clinicians can face when applying shared decision making.
What is perioperative harm and how can we reduce it?
Presentation from Perioperative Harm Advisory Group clinical lead Mr Ian Civil – What is perioperative harm and how can we reduce it?
Feasibility trial of a suicide mortality review mechanism
Report to the Ministry of Health on the feasibility trial of a suicide mortality review mechanism.
Resource kit for educating aged care staff about homophobia
Quality care for lesbian, gay and bisexual (LGB) residents in aged care facilities is the focus of a new resource kit from the University of Auckland aimed at educating staff about homophobia.
Presentations from the Show and Tell symposia
Presentations from the Commission's Partners in Care Show and Tell symposia held in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch
Patient experience survey – Proof of concept evaluation
This document is an evaluation of the proof of concept stage of the patient experience survey (adult inpatients).
Hand Hygiene New Zealand communication toolkit
The hand hygiene communication toolkit provides district health board staff with a range of ideas and guidance to promote hand hygiene and to engage health care workers to improve their practice.
Hand Hygiene New Zealand education toolkit
The Hand Hygiene New Zealand education toolkit has been developed to provide district health board hand hygiene coordinators, champions and others, with a range of ideas and activities for delivering hand hygiene education to healthcare workers.
Hand Hygiene New Zealand resource kit for medical professionals
The Hand Hygiene New Zealand resource kit for medical professionals has been developed for hospital-based medical professionals to use to educate and drive hand hygiene improvement within their service.