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Annual CYMRC workshop focuses on Te Tiriti-led quality improvement

NEWS: 13 Dec 2019, Child & Youth Mortality Review Committee

Te Tiriti-led quality improvement across the Health Quality & Safety Commission’s mortality review programme was the focus for the two-day annual workshop of the Child Youth Mortality Review Committee (CYMRC), held recently in Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland.

Making mental health a priority during Mental Health Awareness Week

NEWS: 11 Oct 2019, Mental Health & Addiction Quality Improvement

The Health Quality & Safety Commission’s mental health and addiction (MHA) quality improvement programme organised several activities to acknowledge and celebrate Mental Health Awareness Week 2019 (23–29 September).

Profile: Leigh Murray, family advisor at Auckland DHB

NEWS: 8 Oct 2019, Mental Health & Addiction Quality Improvement

Leigh Murray works for Auckland District Health Board (DHB) mental health services as a family advisor. Leigh recently presented at the Commission's MHA programme's learning session in August.

Getting better with evidence: Experiences of putting evidence into practice

EVENT: 10 Dec 2019, Health Quality & Safety Commission

'Getting better with evidence: Experiences of putting evidence into practice’ is a one-day conference where delegates can learn from experts about putting evidence into practice, and discuss the challenges currently being faced in health care.

Implementation of maternity early warning system underway

NEWS: 29 Aug 2019, Patient Deterioration

The Health Quality & Safety Commission would like to congratulate Wairarapa, West Coast and Taranaki district health boards (DHBs) on implementing the national maternity early warning system (MEWS) hospital-wide in July and August.

Patient Safety Week update – 24 July 2019

NEWS: 24 Jul 2019, Patient Safety Week

Planning for Patient Safety Week 2019 is well underway. Our main resource, training and education videos focusing on implicit bias in health care, are being filmed and feature a range of subject-matter experts.