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Surgical safety culture survey report 2019

PUBLICATION: 10 Sep 2019, Safe Surgery NZ

The 2019 surgical safety culture survey was undertaken by Mobius Research and Strategy, to assist in evaluation of the Health Quality & Safety Commission's Safe Surgery NZ programme. This report presents the results of the 2019 survey.

Nau mai, haere mai ki tōku kainga hou | Welcome to my home

PUBLICATION: 24 Jul 2019, Aged Residential Care

A report and video, sharing a collection of personal stories about ‘what’s important’ to people and their families/whānau when entering aged residential care in Aotearoa New Zealand.

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.

L1A ACP workshop evaluation

PUBLICATION: 3 Dec 2018, Advance Care Planning

This is for participants to complete at the end of a workshop.

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.

A day in the life of the Toiora exercise class

NEWS: 8 Mar 2018, Primary Care

Many elements combined make the Toiora exercise class for people with diabetes an excellent example of the Whakakotahi primary care improvement challenge in action.

Patient Safety Week 2017 evaluation

PUBLICATION: 1 Mar 2018, Patient Safety Week

Evaluation of Patient Safety Week 2017, an awareness-raising week held from 5–11 November 2017.

New study finds unnecessary health tests and procedures waste millions

NEWS: 22 Feb 2018, Health Quality & Safety Commission

The Council of Medical Colleges says a new study that found hundreds of thousands of patients in the US state of Washington received unnecessary tests, procedures and treatments is further endorsement of New Zealand’s Choosing Wisely campaign.