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Health Quality & Safety Commission e-digest, Issue 71 online now

Te Tāhū Hauora Health Quality & Safety Commission
15 August 2017

In this issue (attached below):

Quality and safety improvement
  • Increasing sustainability in co-design projects
  • National patient experience survey: Results for patients treated in May 2017 
  • Culture survey 2017 to improve clinical governance and leadership
  • Northland nurse recognised for consumer focus
Reducing harm
  • Vacancy: Medication safety specialist 
  • Participants confirmed for anti-staphylococcal bundle collaborative for surgical site infection 
  • Live Stronger for Longer website online now 
  • DHB activities celebrating World Hand Hygiene Day – 5 May 2017
Reporting and commentary
  • Hand Hygiene New Zealand auditing manual 2017 
  • Upcoming events calendar 2017 
  • Regional workshops: Mental health and addiction quality improvement programme 
  • International Forum on Quality & Safety in Healthcare 
  • Adverse event review workshops 
  • Free clinical leadership workshop 
  • Three-nation approach to reducing harm from falls 
  • Open forum: International Speaker Series – A one-day workshop with Dr Helen Bevan 
  • Hand Hygiene New Zealand – half-day hand hygiene workshop 
  • Medication without harm – how will New Zealand rise to The Challenge? 
  • Patient Safety Week 2017 
  • Quality improvement scientific symposium 2017 
Related links
  • Let's talk: Our communities, our health

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