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Videos from safe use of opioids collaborative: learning session two
Videos from learning session two of the Health Quality & Safety Commission's safe use of opioids national collaborative.
Let's PLAN for better care pre-testing and trial reports
Reports on the pre-testing and medical centre trial of the Let's PLAN for better care health literacy resources.
National patient survey: Results for patients treated in May 2015
Results of the national hospital inpatient survey for patients treated in May 2015.
Quality accounts content overview
An overview of the content required when producing district health board quality accounts.
Statement of Performance Expectations 2015–16
Health Quality & Safety Commission's Statement of Performance Expectation (for the period 2015 to 2016).
Health Quality & Safety Commission e-update – Issue 43, 22 June–12 July 2015
Issue 43 of the Health Quality & Safety Commission e-update for the period of 22 June to 12 July 2015.
Presentations from Prof Clifford Ko teamwork and communication workshops
Presentations from Prof Clifford Ko teamwork and communication workshops held in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch.
Stay independent toolkit for clinicians
The Stay independent toolkit for clinicians comprises a booklet, a poster suitable for waiting room display and a consumer brochure which encourages older people to self-assess their falls risk and follow that with a conversation with their health profess
Presentations from the 'Mortality review – making it work for you and your patients' workshop
Presentations from the 'Mortality review – making it work for you and your patients' workshop from the Perioperative Mortality Review Committee, held on 15 June 2015.
Improving together: the improvement movement
Link to the Improving Together website. Improving together is a national quality improvement learning programme for staff from participating agencies (Health Quality & Safety Commission, and ministries of Education, Health and Social Development).