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Health Quality & Safety Commission e-digest, Issue 70 online now

Te Tāhū Hauora Health Quality & Safety Commission
25 July 2017

In this issue (attached below):

Quality and safety improvement
  • Partners in Care updates
  • Tairāwhiti nurse makes a difference in mental health unit
Reducing harm
  • Vacancies
  • Updated patient deterioration resources
Reporting and commentary
  • Open Book: Alert for prescribing error – dabigatran and enoxaparin
  • Eleventh Annual Report of the Perinatal and Maternal Mortality Review Committee
  • National Hand Hygiene New Zealand report released (April–June 2017)
  • Pressure injury case studies
  • Upcoming events calendar 2017
  • Masterclass with Professor Erik Hollnagel
  • Adverse event review workshops
  • Regional workshops: Mental health and addiction quality improvement programme
  • International Forum on Quality & Safety in Healthcare
  • Flag the date: Three-nation approach to reducing harm from falls
  • Hand Hygiene New Zealand – half-day hand hygiene workshop
  • World Health Organization Global Patient Safety Challenge on Medication Safety
  • Patient Safety Week 2017
  • Quality improvement scientific symposium 2017
  • Presentations from the 4th World Congress on Integrated Care
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