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Celebrating the 'Open for better care' campaign

NEWS: 28 Jul 2016

After three years, the 'Open for better care' campaign has drawn to a close. Please enjoy this light-hearted – but very heart-felt – thank you from the staff at the Health Quality & Safety Commission.

Celebrating the Open for better care campaign

NEWS: 28 Jul 2016, Open for better care

After three years, the Open for better care campaign has drawn to a close. We hope you enjoy this light-hearted – but very heart-felt – thank you from the staff at the Health Quality & Safety Commission.

Adverse drug reaction reporting in primary care

NEWS: 18 Jul 2016, Medication Safety

The NZ Pharmacovigilance Centre (NZPhvC) and the Health Quality & Safety Commission (the Commission) are working together to get a better sense of the safety of primary care medication systems.

Medication safety and clinical leadership

NEWS: 13 Jun 2016, Clinical leadership for quality and safety

Medication safety is about reducing harm caused by medicines without altering the good they do and strong clinical leadership is crucial for this work.

April 2016 'Medication Safety Watch' out now

NEWS: 12 Apr 2016, Medication Safety

The April 2016 edition of Medication Safety Watch is now available online. This bulletin is for health professionals and health care managers working with medicines or patient safety.

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Medication Safety Watch – Issue 17, April 2016

PUBLICATION: 12 Apr 2016, Medication Safety

Issue 17 of the Medication Safety Watch newsletter, a bulletin for all health professionals and health care managers working with medicines or patient safety.

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Medication Safety Watch – Issue 16, January 2016

PUBLICATION: 26 Jan 2016, Medication Safety

Issue 16 of the Medication Safety Watch newsletter, a bulletin for all health professionals and health care managers working with medicines or patient safety.