Presentations from Let's talk: our communities, our health

14 Mar 2018 | Partners in Care

Presentations from the Health Quality & Safety Commission's inaugural two day forum, Let's talk: our communities, our health, held on 8–9 March at Te Papa, Wellington. The heart of this forum was about actively involving consumers/patients and their family/whānau in designing health and care services. 


Welcome address
Hon. Dr David Clark, Minister of Health 

Te Rina Ruru (Ngāti Kahu Ki Whaingaroa, Te Aitanga-a-Māhaki), consumer advocate
Involving me and my whānau

Dr Lynne Maher
Director of innovation, nurse leader, co-designer, Ko Awatea, Counties Manukau Health

Co-design: are we there yet?

Facilitated by Catherine Gerard, evaluation manager, health quality intelligence; and Richard Hamblin, director, health quality intelligence, Health Quality & Safety Commission

Measuring and improving the patient experience

Dr Theresa Fleming
Senior lecturer, Victoria University of Wellington
Tool or threat? Experience and engagement in digital mental health tools
Kayleigh Shaw
Senior registered nurse, Bakerfield Medical and Urgent Care Centre, Auckland
Rapid Fire
Filling in the gaps: Patient diaries in ICU
Kareen Grimshaw
Quality, research and development radiation therapist, Waikato DHB
Rapid Fire
Women’s voices: Identifying oncology-gynaecology service improvements
Dr Cheryl Benn
Midwifery advisor and LMC midwife, MidCentral DHB

Rapid Fire
Severe Nausea and Vomiting in Pregnancy (SNVP): Suffering in silence

Rodger McLeod
Service manager, mental health and addiction, MASH Trust 
Rapid Fire
We don't do easy:  Putting client feedback at the front end of an outcome measurements framework 
Dr Lance O'Sullivan
General practitioner, community leader and author

Last updated 19/10/2021