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Health Quality & Safety Commission e-digest, Issue 67 online now

Te Tāhū Hauora Health Quality & Safety Commission
24 May 2017

In this issue (attached below):

Quality and safety improvement
  • Commission mental health and addiction quality improvement programme
  • The latest Open for leadership awards go to...
Reducing harm
  • Open4Results: Reducing Harm from Falls programme – five years on
  • April Falls – photo competition results!
  • Antimicrobial resistance report a timely reminder
  • Pressure injury prevention & management guide launched
Reporting and commentary
  • National patient experience survey: Results for patients treated in February 2017
  • Evaluation of the Advance Care Planning programme
  • Increasing patient engagement in healthcare service design: a qualitative evaluation of a co-design programme in New Zealand
  • Te Ara Whakapiri updated – guidance for the last days of life
  • Vacancy: senior portfolio manager
  • Refreshed look for the Commission website
  • Upcoming events calendar 2017
  • Workshops: Developing clinical leadership for quality and safety
  • Perinatal and Maternal Mortality Review Committee annual conference: Timing is everything
  • Advance care planning: What matters to you for your future care?
  • Perioperative Mortality Review Committee/Safe Surgery NZ 2017 workshop
  • International Forum on Quality & Safety in Healthcare
  • APAC Forum
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