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Orthopaedic data collection made simpler

NEWS: 9 Feb 2021, Infection Prevention & Control

The Health Quality & Safety Commission has approved an option for district health boards to transition to ‘light surveillance’ for the orthopaedic surgical site infection improvement programme.

Arthur Te Anini's story

PUBLICATION: 19 Feb 2019, ACP information for consumers

Videos and posters of Arthur Te Anini, who has shared his personal story for the advance care planning campaign Kia kōrero | Let's talk.

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Gauging success for surgical site infection improvement

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This article provides a summary of an interim evaluation of the surgical site infection imporovement programme, and makes the point that a key aspect of many quality improvement programmes is that their success can’t be evaluated over a short time-span.

Advance care planning: Arthur’s story

PUBLICATION: 2 Feb 2017, ACP information for consumers

Arthur Te Anini is on a mission. The 67-year-old South Aucklander wants to convince his fellow Māori to start talking about future health care and end of life care.

Let's talk about end-of-life care

NEWS: 3 Nov 2016

The Health Quality & Safety Commission hosted a presentation on advance care planning for Patient Safety Week at Waikato District Health Board.

Automated data collection system being tested

NEWS: 21 Aug 2015, Infection Prevention & Control

The Health Quality & Safety Commission’s Surgical Site Infection Improvement (SSII) programme has simplified the way data relating to interventions for cardiac surgery is collected, and an automated approach is being tested.

Clinical leads congratulate Open on its first anniversary

NEWS: 23 May 2014, Open for better care

Open for better care celebrates its first anniversary this month, and the clinical leads of the campaign’s topic areas have congratulated health care workers on their work over the past year to prevent patient harm.

Dr Arthur Morris visits Waikato DHB

NEWS: 17 Feb 2014, Healthcare Associated Infections

Dr Arthur Morris, clinical lead surgical site infection improvement programme, spoke at the Waikato District Health Board grand rounds on Thursday 13 February 2014.