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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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National Bowel Screening Programme Review
In February 2018 Health Minister Hon. Dr David Clark initiated an independent review of the National Bowel Screening Programme.
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Applications open for next Ako tahi hei whakapai ake i te kounga | Improving together: Advisors programme
Applications for 2022/23 are now open for the Health Quality & Safety Commission’s quality improvement education programme Improving together: Advisors, following a successful pilot in 2021/22.
New Commission dashboard aims to give pēpi Māori the best start in life
A new dashboard produced by the Commission’s Health Quality Intelligence team to support the National Hauora Coalition’s (NHC) Gen2040 project is now available for primary health care organisations.
Issue #9 | news from the Health Quality & Safety Commission
Read issue #9 of our newsletter which contains updates, news and events from our work streams and programmes.
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- New project focuses on cardiovascular screening for those with serious mental illness
- Ngā whānau Māori wheako ki te tauwhiro pāmamae me te whakaoranga | Whānau Māori experiences of major trauma care and rehabilitation
- Leading improvement through engagement and community: presentations from a workshop with Helen Bevan
Leading improvement through engagement and community – a workshop with Helen Bevan
On 2 and 3 August 2022, the Health Quality & Safety Commission (the Commission) hosted a workshop on leading improvement through engagement and community, facilitated by Helen Bevan. You can view presentations and slides from this workshop here.
Exploring the impact of aged residential care and older Māori
This webinar will present high level findings of the Older Māori and aged residential care in Aotearoa report.