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He Hohonga Kōrero – The Conversation Café

NEWS: 5 Jun 2020, Mental Health & Addiction Quality Improvement

The Conversation Café meets monthly, via video conference, to discuss the challenges of living with mental health and addiction (MHA) issues as well as MHA service developments planned to address some of the challenges people are facing.

Maternity early warning system (MEWS) virtual grand round presentation

PUBLICATION: 4 Jun 2020, Patient Deterioration

Matthew Drake presents a virtual grand round about the New Zealand national maternity early warning system (MEWS). This presentation is for district health boards (DHBs) to use instead of site visits, while COVID-19 travel restrictions are in place.

District health boards take part in World Hand Hygiene Day 2020

NEWS: 2 Jun 2020, Infection Prevention & Control

District health boards across the country took part in World Hand Hygiene Day on Tuesday 5 May 2020. This article summarises some of the fun and innovative events DHBs shared with the Health Quality & Safety Commission as they celebrated.

Teams share progress on mental health projects

NEWS: 15 May 2020, Mental Health & Addiction Quality Improvement

Teams participating in a project for the Health Quality & Safety Commission’s mental health and addiction (MHA) quality improvement programme met for a learning session in February.

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Presentations from the second co-design workshop for Te ako mai i ngā pāmamaetanga me te wheako tāngata whaiora me te whānau | Learning from adverse events and consumer, family and whānau experience project

PUBLICATION: 13 Jan 2020, Mental Health & Addiction Quality Improvement

Presentations from the second supra-regional co-design workshops for Te ako mai i ngā pāmamaetanga me te wheako tāngata whaiora me te whānau | Learning from adverse events and consumer, family and whānau experience project held on 11 and 12 December 2019