Nelson Marlborough District Health Board (DHB) chief executive Chris Fleming and board chair Jenny Black will sign a certificate on 25 June pledging their support for a new, highly visible national patient safety campaign.
The value of taking part in the Northern region’s First, Do No Harm patient safety campaign ‘Breakthrough Series Collaborative’ was experienced first-hand by members of the Health Quality & Safety Commission attending the Falls and Pressure Injuries Collaborative Learning Session 3 in Auckland on 8 May 2013.
Chief Executive of Wairarapa and Hutt Valley District Health Boards (DHBs) Graham Dyer, and Board Chair Bob Francis, signed a certificate this week pledging their support for a new, highly visible national patient safety campaign.
Quality and safety markers are a key component in measuring the success of the Open campaign. These markers are made up of process and outcome measures. The process measures will show whether the required changes in practice have been made at a local level (for example, giving older patients a...
Waikato District Health Board (DHB) chair Graeme Milne and chief executive Craig Climo have signed a certificate on behalf of Waikato DHB pledging support for the new Open for better care national patient safety campaign.
Welcome to the 10 topics on preventing falls and reducing harm from falls. These topics follow on from the national annual April Falls quiz, run for the first time in 2013. The quiz was designed to link local April Falls activities, the national Reducing Harm from Falls programme and the Commission’s national...
Whanganui DHB chief executive and Central region patient safety steering group lead Julie Patterson says supporting the Open campaign is a priority for Central DHBs – Capital & Coast, Hawke’s Bay, Hutt Valley, MidCentral, Whanganui and Wairarapa.