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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.

Quality Improvement Scientific Symposium 2018

EVENT: 5 Oct 2018, Building Leadership & Capability

The only New Zealand scientific symposium focused specifically on the science of health and disability care improvement by highlighting research and methods.

Team Aug 2018
There is no ‘I’ in team

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TEAM is an acronym for together everyone achieves more. To accomplish anything, the group or team needs a shared problem or a goal to work towards, and all the necessary...

Second quality improvement facilitator course begins in July

NEWS: 27 Jun 2018, Mental Health & Addiction Quality Improvement

The second cohort of health professionals is about to begin the Health Quality & Safety Commission’s mental health and addiction programme’s quality improvement facilitator course.

Dr Lynne Maher on co-design

NEWS: 9 Mar 2018, Partners in Care

Dr Lynne Maher presented at the Health Quality & Safety Commission’s Let’s talk forum on 8 March 2018.

Local QI projects underway in mental health & addiction sector

NEWS: 14 Dec 2017, Mental Health & Addiction Quality Improvement

A few months after the new quality improvement facilitator training course, participants from DHBs and NGOs across the country have started to drive local projects to improve mental health and addiction services.

Ethical Guideline for Quality Improvement (Ko Awatea)

PUBLICATION: 5 Sep 2017, Building Leadership & Capability

These guidelines and practical tools have been developed as a resource to support staff of Counties Manukau Health to consider ethical implications of quality improvement.