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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

Advance care planning and dementia videos

PUBLICATION: 19 Jul 2021, ACP information for consumers

Who would you like to speak for you if you can’t? If you have dementia, having an advance care plan means people will know your wishes, even if you can no longer tell them.

Aotearoa Patient Safety Day 2021 | Te Rā Haumaru Tūroro o Aotearoa 2021

NEWS: 2 Jun 2021, Aotearoa Patient Safety Day

Planning for Aotearoa Patient Safety Day 2021 | Te Rā Haumaru Tūroro o Aotearoa 2021 on Friday 17 September continues. The focus for 2021 is maternal and newborn safety, aligning with the theme of the World Health Organization’s Global Patient Safety Day.

Using health care services in the community

PUBLICATION: 1 Jun 2021, Partners in Care

This booklet is for people who are unfamiliar with community health care services. It includes tips on how to get the best from these services and is a general guide on what is available to you and what you can expect.

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.