Learn more about the different work programmes at Te Tāhū Hauora Health Quality & Safety Commission.
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Leadership and capability
Our quality improvement science education and training courses provide skills to address local improvement challenges, and build our ability to draw on what is available nationally.
The way we think about safety in the health sector has changed over recent years. We are increasingly recognising the health care system is a complex system that constantly adapts to change.
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Partners in Care
Our programme’s aim is to ensure consumer and whānau engagement in the planning, delivery and monitoring of health services and therefore a higher quality and safer health system.
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Read the latest news from Te Tāhū Hauora.
Elevate the voice of consumers and whānau on Aotearoa Patient Safety Day | Te Rā Haumaru Tūroro o Aotearoa 2023
Te Tāhū Hauora Health Quality & Safety Commission (Te Tāhū Hauora) is encouraging health care providers to elevate the voice of consumers and whānau this Aotearoa Patient Safety Day | Te Rā Haumaru Tūroro o Aotearoa 2023, Friday 17 November 2023.
Issue #29 | news from Te Tāhū Hauora Health Quality & Safety Commission
Read issue #29 of our newsletter which contains updates, news and events from our work streams and programmes.
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Quality Improvement Scientific Symposium 2023
Te Tāhū Hauora Health Quality & Safety Commission is hosting its 8th scientific symposium for health care quality improvement practitioners.
Free webinar: Launch of the 2023 Frailty Care Guides
This free webinar supports the launch of the 2023 edition of Frailty care guides | Ngā aratohu maimoa hauwarea.
International Forum on Quality and Safety in Healthcare in Melbourne 2023
The International Forum in Melbourne (30 October–1 November 2023) will focus on the key themes in health and care in Oceania while bringing in perspectives and knowledge from around the world.