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Hand Hygiene NZ workshop for gold auditors

EVENT: 10 Feb 2012, Infection Prevention & Control

Hand Hygiene New Zealand will facilitate a training workshop for gold auditors in conjunction with Hand Hygiene Australia

How to use an article about quality improvement

PUBLICATION: 20 Jan 2012, Medication Safety

Quality improvement attempts to change clinician behaviour and, through these changes, lead to improved patient outcomes. The methodological quality of studies evaluating the effectiveness of quality improvement interventions is frequently low.

Have you registered on this website?

PUBLICATION: 20 Jan 2012, Health Quality & Safety Commission

By registering on the Health Quality & Safety Commission website, you will be notified every time new information is uploaded. Why not sign up today!

Patient safety key to health systems

PUBLICATION: 20 Jan 2012, Medication Safety

Professor Alan Merry, Chair of the Health Quality & Safety Commission, writes how increasing the involvement of pharmacists in managing patients' medications is one of the most cost-effective ways to improve medication safety.

Medication Safety Factsheet

PUBLICATION: 20 Jan 2012, Medication Safety

Reducing medication errors is the focus of a factsheet released today by the Health Quality & Safety Commission.

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Statement of Intent 2011 to 2014

PUBLICATION: 20 Jan 2012, Health Quality & Safety Commission

The Health Quality & Safety Commission's Statement of Intent for the period 2011 to 2014 in full, plus summary brochure.

Introduction of a standardised medication chart

NEWS: 17 Jan 2011, Medication Safety

Beth Loe, National Co-ordinator on the District Health Boards New Zealand Safe and Quality Use of Medicines Group, is co-ordinating the design of a standardised medication chart for adult medication and surgical inpatients to be introduced nationally.

Gillian Bohm on the health quality and safety 'journey'

NEWS: 25 Jan 2011, Health Quality & Safety Commission

The recent establishment of the Health Quality & Safety Commission is the latest step on the journey to ensure New Zealanders get the best possible healthcare. Principal Advisor Quality Improvement Gillian Bohm has been there from the start.