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Report finds inequities for Māori following major trauma

NEWS: 19 Apr 2021, Perioperative Mortality Review Committee

The Perioperative Mortality Review Committee (POMRC) is calling for district health boards (DHBs) to conduct an in-depth review into all cases of major trauma resulting in hospitalisation in Māori aged 15–18 years.

Serious Illness Conversation Guide DHB training administration manual

PUBLICATION: 2 Feb 2021, ACP information for clinicians

The purpose of this guide is to support Serious Illness Conversation Guide course administrators and simplify the SICG training process by providing an overview of the recommended steps and resources required to setup, manage and complete SICG workshops.

Serious illness conversation patient letter example

PUBLICATION: 2 Feb 2021, ACP information for clinicians

Example template for clinicians who prefer to send a letter to patients outlining the purpose and process of a serious illness conversation, before scheduling the appointment.

Using the Serious Illness Conversation Guide

PUBLICATION: 8 Apr 2020, ACP information for clinicians

This interactive PDF is a training guide for the Serious Illness Guide and will teach clinicians how to find out what matters most to your seriously ill patients and how to incorporate that into care planning.

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Plan helps whānau face an uncertain future

NEWS: 17 Dec 2020, ACP information for consumers

Two months ago, Tahu Hikuroa died of an aggressive brain tumour leaving behind wife Jo and two young sons. As they navigated their way through numerous treatments, they found that doing an advance care plan helped them face tough decisions.

Dr Don Berwick on addressing overuse in the new normal

NEWS: 3 Nov 2020, Health Quality & Safety Commission

Dr Don Berwick, President Emeritus and Senior Fellow, Institute for Healthcare Improvement has highlighted how health care systems and providers have an opportunity to learn and change in response to Covid-19.