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Health Quality & Safety Commission e-digest, Issue 75 online now

08 November 2017

In this issue

Quality and safety improvement

  • Commission to continue with advance care planning programme 
  • New initiatives lead to two more Open for leadership awards 
  • Whakakotahi 2018 shortlist announced

Reducing harm

  • Welcome to Patient Safety Week! 
  • Few places remaining for Health and Disability Commissioner conference 
  • Open Book: Interventions or procedures performed outside operating theatre settings

Reporting and commentary

  • Commission blog: Cake and tigers – context matters for primary care quality improvement success 
  • National adult inpatient experience survey: Results for patients treated in August 2017 
  • Correct link quality and safety markers (April–June 2017)


  • Upcoming events calendar 2017
  • Patient Safety Week 2017
  • Health and Disability Commissioner conference (only a few spaces available) 
  • Quality improvement scientific symposium 2017
  • Mental health workshop with Lord Victor Adebowale – save the date
  • Let's talk: Our communities, our health
  • Keep up to date via Facebook
  • Is your email address changing?
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