A successful National Global Trigger Tool workshop was held at Ko Awatea on 19 April 2013 co-sponsored by the Health Quality & Safety Commission and the Northern Region's First, Do No Harm campaign.
A total of 53 people attended the workshop. This included participants from sixteen DHBs as well as representatives from the Commission and First, Do No Harm. The day was a mix of short presentations interspersed with group discussions – all focused on learning more about the GTT process and how to use the information for improvement. The feedback from the workshop was excellent – people enjoyed the day and found it very useful and informative.
You can access the presentations and storyboards through the links below.