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Safe Surgery update

NEWS: 13 Feb 2017, Safe Surgery NZ

The second Surgical Safety Culture Survey is underway, and news about planned co-design training and auditor training.

New Zealand cardiac surgery national report (1 January – 31 December 2015)

PUBLICATION: 22 Dec 2016, Health Quality & Safety Commission

The New Zealand cardiac surgery national report 2015 presents performance and outcomes data on the most common, publicly funded cardiac surgery procedures; mainly isolated coronary artery bypass grafting and isolated aortic valve replacements

Armstrong Institute publications

PUBLICATION: 20 Dec 2016, Building Leadership & Capability

An annotated bibliography of selected publications from the Armstrong Institute.

Improvement networks

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These networks promote collaboration across the health sector to improve quality and safety.

Decline in falls and broken hips a success story for New Zealand health care

MEDIA RELEASE: 2 Dec 2016, Reducing Harm from Falls

The Health Quality & Safety Commission is celebrating the success of New Zealand public hospitals in reducing the number of in-hospital falls that result in a broken hip. New Zealand appears to be the first country to achieve this on a national scale.

Hospitals are looking for better safety for patients

NEWS: 5 Nov 2016, Patient Safety Week

Let's Talk. That is the theme for Hauora Tairāwhiti and other health boards during Patient Safety Week, when the emphasis is on better communication between patient, whānau and health professionals.

New Plymouth Injury Safe supports Patient Safety Week

NEWS: 1 Nov 2016, Patient Safety Week

New Plymouth Injury Safe is once again supporting good communication between patients, whānau and Taranaki DHB staff, the focus of this year’s Patient Safety Week, a national campaign which runs from 30 October to 5 November.

New report shows reduction in patient harm

NEWS: 31 Oct 2016, Patient Safety Week

Patient Safety Week starts today and coincides with the release of a new report showing patient harm reduction and cost savings have been achieved through improved health services.

Taranaki DHB promotes 'Let’s Talk' message

NEWS: 31 Oct 2016, Patient Safety Week

Good communication between patients, whānau and Taranaki DHB staff is the focus of this year’s Patient Safety Week, a national campaign which runs from 30 October to 5 November.

New report shows improved patient care

NEWS: 31 Oct 2016, Health Quality Intelligence

The Health Quality & Safety Commission is celebrating improved patient care as Patient Safety Week begins, with the release of a new report – Open4Results.

Report shows rise in ophthalmology events

MEDIA RELEASE: 10 Nov 2016, Adverse Events

Figures in the latest Learning from adverse events report show a notable increase in ophthalmology events reported in 2015–16.