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Advance care planning update

NEWS: 24 Jul 2020, Advance Care Planning

Now more than ever it is important to encourage people to start an advance care plan and think about their future health and wellbeing. Many ACP staff who were seconded to help with the COVID-19 pandemic are coming back into their ACP roles.

New pressure injury prevention resources available

NEWS: 3 Jul 2020, Pressure Injury Prevention

ACC, together with the New Zealand Wound Care Society (NZWCS), the Health Quality & Safety Commission, and the Ministry of Health, has developed a new set of resources to support the prevention of pressure injuries.

Shared goals of care form for aged residential care

PUBLICATION: 23 Apr 2020, talkingCOVID

In response to requests from the aged residential care sector, we have developed a shared goals of care form. It builds on the hospital shared goals of care work and the Frailty Care Guide.

Serious Illness Conversation Guides training Q&A webinar

EVENT: 9 Apr 2020, talkingCOVID

The national Serious Illness Conversation Guide training team will be available as a panel to answer questions from clinicians about the Serious Illness Conversation Guides and the training on the talkingCOVID webpage.

Aotearoa serious illness conversation guide

PUBLICATION: 6 Mar 2020, Advance Care Planning

This document forms part of the serious illness conversation guide Aotearoa. It is a guide for clinicians about how to have conversations with their patients and whānau about serious illnesses.

Quality improvement in mental health at Canterbury DHB

NEWS: 26 Nov 2019, Mental Health & Addiction Quality Improvement

Vicki Dent, acting quality manager, Specialist Mental Health Services at Canterbury District Health Board, explains what she hopes to achieve in her role working in quality improvement.

Who me – biased? He ngākau haukume tōku?

NEWS: 4 Nov 2019, Aotearoa Patient Safety Day

Health professionals are encouraged to watch new learning modules on understanding bias in health care, released today for Patient Safety Week.