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Webinar: Partnering with patients and whānau

EVENT: 28 Jan 2015, Medication

Join the Health Quality & Safety Commission’s Dr Chris Walsh (Director, Partners in Care) as well as patients and community pharmacists to discuss how partnering with patients and whānau reduces harm from high-risk medicines.

Webinar: Identifying harm and errors

EVENT: 10 Dec 2014, Medication

The Health Quality & Safety Commission’s Gillian Robb (global trigger tools clinical lead) and Beth Loe (medication safety specialist) will be joined by Dr Desiree Kunac to present on identifying harm and errors.

Person-centred care: from ideas to action

NEWS: 3 Oct 2014, Partners in Care

A new report from The Health Foundation 'Person-centered care: from ideas to action', brings together evidence on shared decision making and self-management support.

SSI webinar 5: Consumer engagement

PUBLICATION: 27 Mar 2014, Infection Prevention & Control

This recording of webinar 5: consumer engaement, is a great opportunity to hear consumers and clinicians discuss the merits of and practical tips on how to support consumer engagement in reducing the risk of SSI.

SSI webinar 5: Consumer engagement

PUBLICATION: 27 Mar 2014, Healthcare Associated Infections

This recording of webinar 5: consumer engaement, is a great opportunity to hear consumers and clinicians discuss the merits of and practical tips on how to support consumer engagement in reducing the risk of SSI.

Consumer engagement webinar recording now available

NEWS: 27 Mar 2014, Healthcare Associated Infections

The recording of webinar 5: consumer engagement is now available to download from our website. This is a great opportunity to hear consumers and clinicians discuss the merits of and practical tips on how to support consumer engagement in reducing the risk

Register now for our webinar on consumer engagement

NEWS: 13 Mar 2014, Healthcare Associated Infections

Don't miss our panel of experts presenting and answering questions on the importance of consumers and clinicians working in partnership to reduce the risk of surgical site infection.