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Commission calendar of events 2018

31 Dec 2020, Health Quality & Safety Commission

A link to the Health Quality & Safety Commission's calendar of upcoming events. This list will be updated on a regular basis.

Quality improvement scientific symposium 2018

5 Oct 2018, Building Leadership & Capability

The only New Zealand scientific symposium focused specifically on the science of health and disability care improvement by highlighting research and methods.

All together better health conference

3 Sep 2018, Health Quality & Safety Commission

All Together Better Health IX (ATBH IX) is the leading global interprofessional education and collaborative practice conference.

Patient story: Mum was a glowing light

14 Aug 2018, Advance Care Planning

Sue Limmer experienced mental illness for more than 10 years. In this video her daughter, Annalee, talks her mum's advance care plan and how helpful it was for her family in Sue's final days and weeks.

New national mental health staff survey live – don’t miss out!

1 Aug 2018, Mental Health & Addiction Quality Improvement

Thousands of staff working in mental health and addiction (MHA) services in New Zealand will be taking a few minutes to 'have their say' this month and help inform the future direction and focus of MHA quality improvement initiatives.

Endoscopy coordinator receives Open for leadership award

31 Jul 2018, Building Leadership & Capability

Maria Petrovics-Edens from West Coast District Health Board (DHB) has received an Open for leadership award for her successes in taking on the new role of endoscopy coordinator.

Adverse event review workshops (Dunedin & Auckland)

25 Jul 2018, Adverse Events

These workshops are relevant to all health sector staff that undertake reviews on serious adverse events, and would like to understand and master the essential components of a high-quality review.

Reshaping the rules at Hutt Valley DHB

24 Jul 2018, Health Quality & Safety Commission

Staff at Hutt Valley District Health Board (DHB) are being encouraged to speak up if they think an aspect of patient care isn’t working, or is unnecessary, and suggest a better approach.