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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.

Patient Safety Week | Wiki Haumaru Tūroro update

NEWS: 26 Jun 2019, Patient Safety Week

Planning for Patient Safety Week | Wiki Haumaru Tūroro (3–9 November 2019) continues. This year we are again partnering with ACC to promote the week. This year’s theme is ‘Improving communication by understanding implicit bias in health care’.

Patient Safety Week 2018 evaluation

PUBLICATION: 19 Dec 2018, Patient Safety Week

Evaluation of Patient Safety Week 2018, an awareness-raising week held on 4–10 November focused on infection prevention and control.

Thanks for another great Patient Safety Week!

NEWS: 28 Nov 2018, Patient Safety Week

A huge thank you to everyone who supported Patient Safety Week 2018. The week, which focused on infection prevention and control, and in particular good hand hygiene, ran from 4 to 10 November.

School kids get the message about antibiotics

NEWS: 5 Nov 2018, Patient Safety Week

Antibiotics are not always the answer. That’s the message from 12-year-old Libby Thompson from Cust School in Rangiora, winner of the 2018 national antibiotic awareness poster competition.

Orders are open for Patient Safety Week 2018 resources!

NEWS: 10 Sep 2018, Patient Safety Week

Orders are open for Patient Safety Week 2018 resources. With this year's focus on infection prevention and control, our PSW resources encourage consumers and health professionals to ask: are you giving germs a hand?

Patient Safety Week 2018 colouring competition [CLOSED]

PUBLICATION: 10 Sep 2018, Patient Safety Week

This colouring page is a competition for Patient Safety Week. Download and print this colouring page and colour it in however you like. Photograph or scan your entry and upload it to the Health Quality & Safety Commission New Zealand Facebook page.