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Improving together: the improvement movement

PUBLICATION: 7 Jul 2015, Reducing Harm from Falls

Link to the Improving Together website. Improving together is a national quality improvement learning programme for staff from participating agencies (Health Quality & Safety Commission, and ministries of Education, Health and Social Development).

Medication Safety Watch – Issue 14, May 2015

PUBLICATION: 28 May 2015, Medication Safety

Issue 14 of the Medication Safety Watch newsletter, a bulletin for all health professionals and health care managers working with medicines or patient safety.

IHI team to support opioid collaborative

NEWS: 7 May 2015, Medication Safety

The Health Quality & Safety Commission’s opioid collaborative team has been working closely with district health board (DHB) teams, to ensure baselines are established and improvement initiatives can be measured.

Close collaboration key to ensuring safe use of opioids

NEWS: 30 Apr 2015, Open for better care

Midland Quality Steering Group improvement advisors Charlotte Foley (Lakes District Health Board) and Ros Morell (Waikato District Health Board) are local project leads for the Health Quality & Safety Commission’s national collaborative on the safe use of

Midland integrated quality and risk project

NEWS: 30 Apr 2015, Open for better care

Currently each district health board (DHB) in the Midland region uses a variety of different processes and systems (either paper based or electronic) to manage their incidents, risks and complaints.

MidCentral falls prevention symposium a big hit

NEWS: 21 Apr 2015, Reducing Harm from Falls

Over 200 health workers attended MidCentral District Health Board’s (DHB’s) falls prevention symposium at the Palmerston North Convention Centre, which was held as part of April Falls activities in the region.

New Zealand Health Quality & Safety Commission – Making progress

NEWS: 7 Apr 2015, Health Quality & Safety Commission

Since forming four years ago, the New Zealand Health Quality & Safety Commission has made great progress and is now entering, which its chief executive Dr Janice Wilson calls ‘the second phase’ of its life.

Third national trigger tool workshop a success

NEWS: 27 Mar 2015, Adverse Events

The third national trigger tool workshop was held on 9 March 2015 at Ko Awatea in Auckland, and was sponsored by the Health Quality & Safety Commission and First, Do No Harm.