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Who me – biased? He ngākau haukume tōku?

NEWS: 4 Nov 2019, Patient Safety Week

Health professionals are encouraged to watch new learning modules on understanding bias in health care, released today for Patient Safety Week.

Patient Safety Week update – 24 July 2019

NEWS: 24 Jul 2019, Patient Safety Week

Planning for Patient Safety Week 2019 is well underway. Our main resource, training and education videos focusing on implicit bias in health care, are being filmed and feature a range of subject-matter experts.

World Hand Hygiene Day 2019 communications toolkit

PUBLICATION: 29 Apr 2019, Infection Prevention & Control

For Hand Hygiene Day this year, the World Health Organization (WHO) calls on everyone to be inspired by the global movement to achieve universal health coverage.

Patient Safety Week 2017 evaluation

PUBLICATION: 1 Mar 2018, Patient Safety Week

Evaluation of Patient Safety Week 2017, an awareness-raising week held from 5–11 November 2017.

New look WHO Patient Safety website

NEWS: 6 Sep 2017, Medication Safety

The Patient Safety and Risk Management unit at WHO HQ in Geneva has recently re-launched its Patient Safety website.

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Patient Safety Week update (July 2017)

NEWS: 6 Jul 2017, Patient Safety Week

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

The World Health Organization – patient safety

PUBLICATION: 20 Dec 2016, Building Leadership & Capability

The World Health Organization directs and coordinates international health within the United Nations. Their website provides number of useful resources which include research reports, implementation tools and reports, articles, speeches and presentations.

Frequently asked questions about the Safe Surgery NZ programme

PUBLICATION: 1 Jul 2016, Safe Surgery NZ

This document covers frequently asked questions for the Safe Surgery NZ programme including the surgical safety checklist, briefing, debriefing and collection of data for the safe surgery quality and safety marker.