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Child and Youth Mortality Review Committee’s 12th data report, 2011–15
The 12th data report released for the Child and Youth Mortality Review Committee reporting on data of deaths in children and young people aged 28 days to 24 years who died in New Zealand from 2002 to the present.
Anti-staphylococcal bundle to reduce surgical site infections in orthopaedic and cardiac surgery
Feedback summary of discussion paper and next steps
- Surgical Site Infection Improvement Programme: National Orthopaedic Surgery Report July–September 2016
- Surgical Site Infection Improvement Programme: National Cardiac Surgery Report July–September 2016
Workbook: From Atlas to Action
This workbook is designed to help connect data at district level from the Atlas of Healthcare Variation falls domain with local action.
Open Book: Lessons learnt from reviewing patient falls (March 2017)
Falls are one of the most common causes of injury to patients in hospital. This Open Book was written in collaboration with the Health Quality & Safety Commission’s Reducing Harm from Falls programme. It summarises four falls events, review findings and r
Safe Surgery NZ programme evaluation - interim findings report
A report by Sapere, evaluating the Safe Surgery NZ programme to review the effectiveness or success of the Commission's programme against its aims.
Estimating the benefits of investment in ongoing suicide mortality review – a cost benefit analysis
This cost benefit analysis was undertaken to assess the benefits of investment in ongoing suicide mortality review as a tool for reducing suicide rates.
Clinical Governance – guidance for health and disability providers
This guidance document sets out a high-level framework for clinical governance in health and disability services in New Zealand.
Systematic Review of Surgical Site Infections in Cardiac and Orthopaedic Surgery
A report from the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (commissioned by the Health Quality & Safety Commission).