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Future steps for the Perioperative Harm programme

NEWS: 16 Feb 2015, Safe Surgery NZ

The Health Quality & Safety Commission’s perioperative harm programme aims to reduce the significant harm caused by adverse events and other preventable errors that take place during the perioperative period.

Patient experience indicators progress update: July 2014

NEWS: 22 Jul 2014, Health Quality Intelligence

The patient experience indicators programme is on schedule and progressing well towards having a national approach to collection, measurement and use of patient experience information implemented by mid-August for the first quarterly patient experience su

What is everyone learning?

PUBLICATION: 1 Aug 2014, Reducing Harm from Falls

Information about the new Reducing Harm from Falls programme newsletter.

Hand Hygiene New Zealand patient participation guidelines 2013

PUBLICATION: 6 Jan 2014, Infection Prevention & Control

The patient participation guidelines are designed to assist district health board (DHB) hand hygiene coordinators to develop and implement a hand hygiene patient participation programme as one component of their overall multi-modal hand hygiene programme.

Waikato DHB launches second national patient safety campaign topic

NEWS: 16 Oct 2013, Healthcare Associated Infections

Waikato District Health Board today joins each of the four DHB regions - Northern, Midlands, Central and South Island - to launch the second topic of the Open for better care national patient safety campaign: reducing harm from surgical site infections.

Reducing harm from surgical site infections

NEWS: 23 Jul 2013, Healthcare Associated Infections

Reducing harm from surgical site infections (SSIs) is the second topic of focus for the Health Quality & Safety Commission’s (the Commission’s) Open for better care campaign, and will be promoted from October 2013.

Spotlight on the Central region

NEWS: 5 Jun 2013, Open for better care

Whanganui DHB Chief Executive and Central region patient safety steering group lead Julie Patterson says supporting the Open campaign is a priority for Central DHBs – Capital & Coast, Hawke’s Bay, Hutt Valley, MidCentral, Whanganui and Wairarapa.