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Surgical Site Infection Improvement Programme: Final development site baseline report
This document presents the analysis of the Surgical Site Infection (SSI) Improvement programme data collected by the eight development site district health boards for the period 1 March 2013 – 26 June 2013.
April Falls 2015: quiz questions and resources document
April Falls 2015: quiz questions and resources document.
Stand up to falls poster
Poster outlining the number of people who are hospitalised after a fall each year.
Presentations from the Global Trigger Tools 2015 workshop
Presentations from the Global Trigger Tools workshop, held on 9 March 2015 and sponsored by the Health Quality & Safety Commission and First, Do No Harm.
SSII programme cardiac surgery implementation manual
The SSII programme cardiac surgery implementation manual provides guidance for district health boards on how to implement the SSII programme’s cardiac surgery focus.
District health board quality accounts 2013–14
Copies of quality accounts from district health boards for the period covering 1 July 2013 – 30 June 2014.
Enliven organisational health literacy self-assessment resource
The Enliven Organisational Health Literacy Self-assessment Resource aims to provide health and social service organisations with a self-assessment tool that can be used to guide and inform their development as health literate organisations.
Attributes of a health literate organisation
This paper describes 10 attributes of a health literate organisation, that is, an organisation that makes it easier for people to navigate, understand, and use information and services to take care of their health.
Three steps to better health literacy – a guide for health care professionals
Booklet: Three steps to better health literacy – a guide for health care professionals.
Focus on Falls – Issue 2, March 2015
Issue 2 of Focus on Falls, a quarterly publication for everyone interested in understanding and preventing falls in older people.