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Free new e-learning quality improvement programme for health sector launched
16 Sep 2021
Improving together: Introduction is a free e-learning programme introducing quality improvement in Aotearoa New Zealand and has recently been updated and relaunched by the Health Quality & Safety Commission.
Improve your knowledge and skill in clinical governance
28 Apr 2022
In November 2020, the Health Quality & Safety Commission New Zealand and the Australasian Institute of Clinical Governance (AICG) joined forces to improve the knowledge and skill around clinical governance in the health and disability sector.
Sponsorship opportunity: Ako tahi hei whakapai ake I te kounga | Improving Together Improvers Primary Care 2021
04 Aug 2021
The Health Quality & Safety Commission is offering sponsored places on Ako tahi hei whakapai ake I te kounga | Improving Together Improvers programme commencing 6 September 2021.
Governing for quality: A quality and safety guide for district health boards
This guide will help district health boards (DHBs) put quality and safety at the centre of governance and drive improvement in their organisations.
Virtual sessions from the February 2021 Quality improvement scientific symposium
In lieu of an in-person symposium in 2020, the Health Quality & Safety Commission hosted a series of virtual one-hour webinars during February 2021.
From knowledge to action: A framework for building quality and safety capability in the New Zealand health system
From knowledge to action: A framework for building quality and safety capability in the New Zealand health system is a high-level framework to guide the development of quality and safety capability across all levels in the health and disability...
Quality improvement scientific symposium 2022
The Health Quality & Safety Commission is hosting its 7th annual scientific symposium for health care quality improvement practitioners.
Quality improvement scientific symposium virtual sessions
The Health Quality & Safety Commission is hosting a series of one-hour webinars at 12pm every Thursday in February 2021.