A series of five Quality and Safety Measurement and Evaluation seminars were held around the country. The purpose of the seminars was to present and discuss the proposed set of indicators within the context of the Commission’s wider measurement and evaluation work programme. Each seminar was a three-hour interactive session where attendees could find out more about the Commission’s work programme, ask questions and have their say. View the seminar presentations here.
The seminars took place in October in five locations. Use the links below to read notes from each of the seminars.
- Auckland: Tuesday 9 October
- Christchurch: Friday 12 October
- Wellington: Wednesday 17 October
- Hamilton: Tuesday 23 October
- Dunedin: Thursday 25 October
We had a good turn-out at all five seminars. Discussions and debates were lively and thought provoking, generating some useful feedback to shape the development of the indicator set. Attendees were generally supportive of the purpose of the indicator set and how it is positioned within the context of the Commission’s measurement and evaluation work. We received useful feedback on specific indicators and their construct, and the audiences provided several useful suggestions for future indicators.
In the below AV Dr Janice Wilson welcomes attendees to the seminars and talks about the reason for the indicators.