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MORSim rollout to start in November

NEWS: 21 Jul 2016

The Health Quality & Safety Commission is supporting MORSim (Multidisciplinary Operating Room Simulation) – a national training intervention programme for surgical teams.

The talk was walked during Patient Safety Week

NEWS: 17 Nov 2015, Open for better care

Let’s talk was promoted widely throughout the country during Patient Safety Week, 1 to 7 November. The Commission would like to thank all those who helped make the week such a success.

Next week is Patient Safety Week!

NEWS: 27 Oct 2015, Patient Safety Week

Patient Safety Week runs from 1 to 7 November 2015. The purpose of the week is to show patients we strive to provide the best and safest care possible, every time. The theme of the week is ‘Let’s talk’ and there are a range of resources that focus on good

Entries for the April Falls display photo competition

NEWS: 27 May 2015, Falls

The Health Quality & Safety Commission has asked people to send in photographs of their April Falls display – the best of which will win its sender a box of chocolate fish to share with their April Falls team.

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.

Feedback sought on DHB guide for engaging consumers [closed]

NEWS: 7 Apr 2015, Partners in Care

The Health Quality & Safety Commission's Partners in Care programme is developing a practical guide to help New Zealand district health boards improve their consumer engagement, particularly at policy and governance levels.

MidCentral extends medication safety campaign for another 12 months

NEWS: 2 Apr 2015, Medication

The end of the Open for better care national patient safety campaign’s six-month focus on reducing harm from high-risk medicines is just the beginning for MidCentral District Health Board (DHB) – as it prepares for the start in May of its own year-long me