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Health Quality & Safety Commission e-digest – Issue 107 online now

Te Tāhū Hauora Health Quality & Safety Commission
31 October 2019

Ngā ihirangi | In this issue

Whakapai i te kounga me te haumaru | Quality and safety improvement

  • Co-design case study: Youth admissions to hospital for self-harm
  • Camp Unity connects families and whānau impacted by traumatic brain injury
  • Blog: Consumer engagement 'explained like never before'

Whakaheke mōrearea | Reducing harm

  • Who me – biased? He ngākau haukume tōku?
  • Tell us about your experiences of using patient deterioration recognition and response systems
  • Toolkit encourages staff and senior leadership to engage in infection prevention
  • New Zealand Hand Hygiene programme: Requirements to sustain improvement in a changing environment
  • Making mental health a priority during Mental Health Awareness Week

Pūrongo me te whakamārama | Reporting and commentary

  • Commission staff member awarded ANZSOG Churchill Fellowship
  • Thinking differently: Re-framing family violence responsiveness in the MHA health care context
  • Call for nominations to join the Suicide Mortality Review Committee
  • CHRISP programme focuses on what matters to surgical patients

Ngā hui huhua | Events

  • Presentations from the quality improvement scientific symposium 2019
  • Tweet chat with bias expert Anton Blank
  • Open Forum with Helen Bevan
  • Getting better with evidence: Experiences of putting evidence into practice
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