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First DHB signs pledge to improve patient safety

NEWS: 22 May 2013, Open for better care

Tairawhiti District Health’s decision to become the first district health board in New Zealand to sign a certificate pledging support for the new national patient safety campaign has been welcomed by Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew.

First DHB signs pledge to improve patient safety

NEWS: 22 May 2013

Tairawhiti District Health’s decision to become the first district health board in New Zealand to sign a certificate pledging support for the new national patient safety campaign has been welcomed by Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew.

Tairawhiti first to sign up for national patient safety campaign

NEWS: 17 May 2013, Open for better care

Tairawhiti District Health Board is the first DHB in New Zealand to pledge commitment to a national patient safety campaign aimed at saving lives and reducing harm, launched today by Associate Minister of Health Jo Goodhew.

Patient stories

PUBLICATION: 16 May 2013, Open for better care

The Open for better care campaign is for people like Hazel, Paul, Eileen and Gordon who were harmed during their hospital care. Read their stories here.

New national patient safety campaign launched

NEWS: 17 May 2013, Open for better care

A new national patient safety campaign aimed at saving lives and reducing harm was launched today by Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew.

Messages from our supporters

PUBLICATION: 18 Jun 2013, Open for better care

Messages from supporters of the Open for better care campaign.

Open campaign poster

PUBLICATION: 14 May 2013, Open for better care

A3 poster for download with information on the Open for better care campaign.

Open campaign flyer

PUBLICATION: 14 May 2013, Open for better care

A5 flyer for download with information on the Open for better care campaign.

Frequently asked questions

PUBLICATION: 14 May 2013, Open for better care

Frequently asked questions about the national patient safety campaign.