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Surgical safety culture survey report 2019

PUBLICATION: 10 Sep 2019, Safe Surgery NZ

The 2019 surgical safety culture survey was undertaken by Mobius Research and Strategy, to assist in evaluation of the Health Quality & Safety Commission's Safe Surgery NZ programme. This report presents the results of the 2019 survey.

Quality Improvement Scientific Symposium 2019

EVENT: 10 Oct 2019, Building Leadership & Capability

The Commission is hosting its 5th annual scientific symposium featuring keynote speakers, peer-reviewed papers, interactive sessions and learning and networking opportunities.

Kōrero on over-diagnosis and over-treatment with Dr Peter Kuling

NEWS: 9 Apr 2019

A healthy 50-year-old man and father of three was symptom free but proceeded with a PSA test. The results were slightly high, so he went for a biopsy. During the biopsy he got an infection which caused a stroke due to a septic embolus, and he lost f

An evening with Dr Peter Kuling

EVENT: 18 Mar 2019, Health Quality & Safety Commission

The Council of Medical Colleges is hosting an evening with Choosing Wisely Canada advocate Dr Peter Kuling.

Learning from adverse events report 2017–18

PUBLICATION: 7 Dec 2018, Adverse Events

This is the annual learning from adverse events report for 2017–18, published by the Health Quality & Safety Commission. The report covers adverse events reported by New Zealand's 20 district health boards (DHBs) and other providers.

Porirua team wins Open for leadership award

NEWS: 28 Nov 2018, Building Leadership & Capability

A leadership team from the Porirua Union & Community Health Service is the latest recipient of a Commission Open for leadership award.

Top tips for a successful co-design project

PUBLICATION: 21 Nov 2018, Patient Deterioration

This factsheet contains tips to help you create a successful project for the co-design of patient, family and whānau escalation of care.

Co-design will help improve transitions

NEWS: 15 Oct 2018, Mental Health & Addiction Quality Improvement

The Connecting Care Project will see health service providers, consumers, and their families and whānau working together to better understand and improve the experience of transitions between or within providers.

Lunchtime seminar: social entrapment

EVENT: 20 Sep 2018, Family Violence Death Review Committee

Social entrapment: A realistic understanding of the criminal offending of primary victims of intimate partner violence.

Whakakotahi informational flyer

PUBLICATION: 27 Jul 2018, Primary Care

This flyer provides information about Whakakotahi, the Health Quality & Safety Commission's primary care quality improvement challenge.