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Using health care services in the community

PUBLICATION: 1 Jun 2021, Partners in Care

This booklet is for people who are unfamiliar with community health care services. It includes tips on how to get the best from these services and is a general guide on what is available to you and what you can expect.

Pono consumer story: Kolini Baker

PUBLICATION: 26 May 2021, Mental Health & Addiction Quality Improvement

In this video Kolini Baker tells the story of her journey with mental ill health and her transition from acute care to community care.

Family violence death information sheet series

PUBLICATION: 13 May 2021, Family Violence Death Review Committee

These information sheets provide easy access in multiple languages to information about the nature and circumstances of family violence deaths in Aotearoa.

Report finds inequities for Māori following major trauma

NEWS: 19 Apr 2021, Perioperative Mortality Review Committee

The Perioperative Mortality Review Committee (POMRC) is calling for district health boards (DHBs) to conduct an in-depth review into all cases of major trauma resulting in hospitalisation in Māori aged 15–18 years.

Using restorative approaches to heal and learn: Humanising harm

EVENT: 14 Apr 2021, 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.

Māori lives matter

PUBLICATION: 2 Mar 2021, ACP information for clinicians

In this presentation from the Health Quality & Safety Commission's Ō tātou hiranga advance care planning hui, Hector Matthews shines the spotlight on Māori inequity and the systemic biases that perpetuate inequities.

Stay safe from infection

PUBLICATION: 25 Feb 2021, Infection Prevention & Control

This short video explains what you and your family and whānau can do to prevent an infection developing in your wound when you have surgery.