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Health Quality & Safety Commission e-digest – Issue 99 online now

Te Tāhū Hauora Health Quality & Safety Commission
16 May 2019

Ngā ihirangi | In this issue

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

  • Rasik's story
  • Home visits expand Tū Mahi workplace wellness programme

Whakaheke mōrearea | Reducing harm

  • Kōrero mai | Talk to me investigates kaupapa Māori approach to patient safety
  • Dementia: Te Ao Māori
  • Aged residential care quality improvement facilitator programme underway
  • Orthopaedic surgery implementation manual | Te aratohu mahi hāparapara kōiwi
  • Quality improvement toolkit using falls prevention as a topic of interest
  • Batch sheets for compounded oral liquid medicines updated to improve patient safety

Pūrongo me te whakamārama | Reporting and commentary

  • Antibiotics prescribed to nearly half of all people who visit a GP each year
  • National patient experience survey: Results for patients treated in February 2019
  • Call for nominations for the Family Violence Death Review Committee
  • Call for nominations for the Maternal Mortality Review Working Group
  • Choosing Wisely hospital concept extended across Victoria
  • Is shared decision making always appropriate for a Choosing Wisely approach?

Mahi ngātahi me mātou | Work with us

  • Data administrator, Perinatal and Maternal Mortality Review Committee (closes 12pm, Monday 20 May
  • National coordinator, Perinatal and Maternal Mortality Review Committee (closes 12pm, Monday 20 May)
  • Quality improvement advisor, mental health and addiction (closes 5pm, Thursday 27 June)

Ngā hui huhua | Events

  • Adverse event review workshop
  • Is the quality and safety agenda stalling?
  • International Forum on Quality & Safety in Healthcare
  • Save the date: Quality Improvement Scientific Symposium 2019
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