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Pain-relieving medicines for acute pain – information for patients

PUBLICATION: 19 May 2020, Medication Safety

The Health Quality & Safety Commission, Choosing Wisely and the Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists have developed an information leaflet to help patients, caregivers and whānau use opioid medicines safely, to manage non-cancer pain.

Kōrero mai empowers couple to voice concerns

NEWS: 19 May 2020, Patient Deterioration

When Angela felt her voice wasn’t being heard during her husband Geoff’s stay in Wellington Regional Hospital, the Kōrero mai service supported her to escalate her concerns about his deteriorating health.

COVID-19 clinical advice line for community health providers

NEWS: 14 May 2020, Other Topics

The Ministry of Health's National Telehealth Service has launched a COVID-19 clinical advice line for community health providers, including primary care, pharmacy, midwives and aged residential care providers.

How to keep your home bubble safe

PUBLICATION: 24 Apr 2020, Other Topics

Guidance on keeping you and your whānau and family safe when you have finished work during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Webinar: Coronavirus infections among health care workers

EVENT: 13 May 2020, Infection Prevention & Control

A webinar from the World Health Organization about coronavirus infections among health care workers: what we know about COVID-19 and what we have learned from other outbreaks.

Victory Square Pharmacy wins health innovation award

NEWS: 17 Apr 2020, Primary Care

Congratulations to Nelson’s Victory Square Pharmacy. Its Whakakotahi quality improvement project to improve the physical health of people on opioid substitution treatment won the He Tangata/The People – team work with consumer engagement – award.

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Quality improvement tools useful for health care professionals working through the COVID-19 pandemic.

Serious Illness Conversation Guides training Q&A webinar

EVENT: 9 Apr 2020, talkingCOVID

The national Serious Illness Conversation Guide training team will be available as a panel to answer questions from clinicians about the Serious Illness Conversation Guides and the training on the talkingCOVID webpage.