Programmes
Types

Search results for "booklet"

Your search returned 12 results

Do you really see me or just my disability?

PUBLICATION: 8 Mar 2019, Partners in Care

The resource Do you really see me or just my disability? was developed by Bay of Plenty DHB quality and patient safety coordinator Cheryl Shearer and tells the stories of seven people living with disabilities.

WellSouth tackles health literacy

NEWS: 23 May 2018, Primary Care

Four years ago, Wellsouth Primary Health Network, covering the southern district, set up a long-term conditions (LTC) team. From a 'blank canvas' they have developed a new LTC model of care for the network and heath care professional training focusing...

Stay independent falls prevention toolkit for clinicians

PUBLICATION: 10 Jul 2015, Reducing Harm from Falls

The stay independent toolkit for clinicians comprises a booklet, a poster suitable for waiting room display and a consumer brochure which encourages older people to self-assess their falls risk and follow that with a conversation with their health profess

Partners in Care presenters on working with consumers and co-design

NEWS: 28 Apr 2014, Partners in Care

On 14 April 2014, the Health Quality & Safety Commission hosted the Partners in Care: Show and tell symposium. The day was an opportunity for providers and consumers from across health and disability services to share their expertise and knowledge.

How to investigate a perinatal death

PUBLICATION: 10 Mar 2014, Perinatal & Maternal Mortality Review Committee

Information for clinicians on how to investigate a perinatal death.

Health & Disability Commissioner: Health Passport

PUBLICATION: 29 Aug 2012, Partners in Care

A Health Passport is a booklet that people can carry with them when attending hospitals or other health and disability service providers. It contains information that tells health professionals the best ways to communicate with, and support, the holder.