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Using restorative approaches to heal and learn: Humanising harm

EVENT: 24 Mar 2022, Adverse Events

Have you observed or been affected by health care harm? For example, a complaint, adverse event, or conflict? Consider attending this hui to learn more about responding to health care harm using a restorative approach that embraces healing and learning.

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.

Urgent action needed to address ongoing inequity in maternity sector

NEWS: 16 Feb 2021, Perinatal & Maternal Mortality Review Committee

Babies of Māori, Pacific and Indian mothers are still more likely than babies of New Zealand European mothers to die in pregnancy or within the first 28 days, the Perinatal and Maternal Mortality Review Committee 14th report shows.

Serious Illness Conversation Guide DHB training administration manual

PUBLICATION: 2 Feb 2021, ACP information for clinicians

The purpose of this guide is to support Serious Illness Conversation Guide course administrators and simplify the SICG training process by providing an overview of the recommended steps and resources required to setup, manage and complete SICG workshops.

Advance care planning DHB L1A training administration guide

PUBLICATION: 2 Feb 2021, ACP information for clinicians

The purpose of this guide is to support advance care planning (ACP) course administrators and simplify the ACP training process by providing an overview of the recommended steps and resources required to setup, manage and complete L1A one-day workshops.

PMMRC webinar: Doing things differently

EVENT: 23 Feb 2021, Perinatal & Maternal Mortality Review Committee

This webinar presents perinatal and maternal mortality and morbidity data from the Perinatal and Maternal Mortality Review Committee’s 14th Annual Report.

Mental health and addiction quality improvement programme update

NEWS: 3 Dec 2020, Mental Health & Addiction Quality Improvement

Highlights for the MHA quality improvement programme this month include the release of two powerful videos on consumers’ experiences of seclusion, and two well-attended and energising regional away-days for Zero seclusion project teams.

Consumers’ experience of seclusion

NEWS: 1 Dec 2020, Mental Health & Addiction Quality Improvement

We are privileged to be able to share videos of two consumers’ experiences of seclusion. These are the first two in a series of at least six videos about mental health and addiction priority areas.