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Great participation in Patient Safety Week 2017

NEWS: 23 Nov 2017, Aotearoa Patient Safety Day

A huge thank you to everyone who supported Patient Safety Week 2017. The week, which was focused on medication safety, ran from 5 to 11 November and saw a record number of resources ordered.

Whakakotahi 2018 shortlist announced

NEWS: 25 Oct 2017, Primary Care

A recent Expressions of Interest invitation for quality improvement projects for Whakakotahi 2018 resulted in 22 applications.

Update on reducing Staphylococcus aureus related SSI collaborative

NEWS: 25 Sep 2017, Infection Prevention & Control

The Health Quality & Safety Commission has been working over the past year to review literature, propose potential bundle options, and gather feedback from the healthcare sector regarding a pre-operative anti-staphylococcal bundle

Ensuring a safety net of care after a heart attack

NEWS: 21 Aug 2017, Primary Care

It takes a village to look after a patient following an acute coronary event and that’s what Nelson Marlborough Health (Nelson Marlborough District Health Board) cardiology services and their extended community team are aiming to achieve.

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Patient Safety Week update (July 2017)

NEWS: 6 Jul 2017, Aotearoa Patient Safety Day

An update on the medication safety theme, our supporters, our audience, and competition details to win a staff morning tea.

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.

Let’s PLAN health literacy tool supporting Work and Income clients

NEWS: 11 Mar 2016, Partners in Care

The Commission’s Let’s PLAN for better care health literacy tool is being used by the Ministry of Social Development’s Work and Income case managers in Hawke’s Bay and Tairawhiti to help their clients make the most of their visits to their GP and other he