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New film focuses on healing and learning from health care harm

NEWS: 14 Sep 2021, Adverse Events

A new film, Pou hihiri, Pou o te aroha | Healing and learning from harm, features consumers, clinicians and researchers talking about the benefits of following a restorative approach after a harmful event occurs in health care.

Pou hihiri, Pou o te aroha | Healing and learning from harm

PUBLICATION: 1 Sep 2021, Adverse Events

Pou hihiri, Pou o te aroha | Healing and learning from harm was developed by the Diana Unwin Chair in Restorative Justice and Stella Maris productions in consultation with several health sector and Māori partners, and funded by the Health Quality & Safety

Successful Safe Surgery NZ programme finishes

NEWS: 12 Aug 2021, Safe Surgery NZ

The Health Quality & Safety Commission-led Safe Surgery NZ programme, which has greatly improved the way surgical operations are performed in Aotearoa New Zealand, finished in July 2021. This article looks at the achievements of the programme.

Adverse events reports for quarters 1, 2 and 3 of 2020/21 released

NEWS: 27 May 2021, Adverse Events

Each year the Health Quality & Safety Commission collects information about adverse events that occur in hospitals and other health care providers and reports on the findings. This is the data for quarter one, two and three of 2020/2021.

Open Book: Learning Review (March 2021)

PUBLICATION: 5 Mar 2021, Adverse Events

This Open Book introduces the Learning Review, a process originally developed in the United States Forest Service.

Adverse events learning programme now delivered online

NEWS: 16 Dec 2020, Adverse Events

The COVID-19 pandemic challenged us to think about how we deliver learning programmes to make them more accessible. The adverse events learning review workshop is now delivered online.

Advisory groups hold final meetings for 2020

NEWS: 9 Dec 2020, Mental Health & Addiction Quality Improvement

The Health Quality & Safety Commission’s mental health and addiction quality improvement programme's Māori advisory and consumer advisory groups held their final meetings for 2020 in Wellington last week.

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.