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Health Quality & Safety Commission e-update, Issue 57 online now

Te Tāhū Hauora Health Quality & Safety Commission
08 November 2016

The latest issue of the Health Quality & Safety Commission's e-update for the period of 17 October–6 November 2016 is now available online.

In this issue:

  • Last chance to register for the national advance care planning forum
  • There's still time to enter our Patient Safety Week competitions
  • Open for better care website, social media accounts to close
  • New framework for building quality and safety capability in the health system
  • Let's talk about end-of-life care
  • Choosing Wisely campaign to launch in December
  • Commission staff show commitment to organisational values
  • October 2016 Let's Talk Triggers out now
  • Hutt Valley DHB launches co-design programme
  • Save the date for World Antibiotic Awareness Week 2016
  • April Falls 2017 – visiting expert Anne-Marie Hill
  • Themes for April Falls 2017
  • 7th Biennial Australia and New Zealand Falls Prevention Conference
  • Worldwide STOP Pressure Injury Day is fast approaching!
  • Developing a methodology for pressure injury management
  • Consumer input sought for pressure injury prevention project
  • Successful workshops held with Professor Cliff Hughes
  • Surgical teams join co-design training

Read issue 57 of the Commission e-update.

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