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Gillian Bohm will be joined by Sandy Blake, Karen O’Keefe and Beth Loe to discuss medication-related adverse event case studies.
The Health Quality & Safety Commission’s new series of ‘one steps’ is packed with ways to help reduce harm from high-risk medicines, the current focus of the Commission’s Open for better care national patient safety campaign.
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.
The recording of the high-risk medicines webinar 'Identify harm and errors' is available online now.
Leading into the summer holiday season the spotlight of the Open for better care campaign remains firmly focused on medication safety, and high-risk medicines in particular.
The Health Quality & Safety Commission has published two in a series of ‘one step’ activities designed to help clinicians identify risks and change systems and practices relating to high-risk medicines.
The medication safety forum was held on 16 October and was attended by around 200 participants from across the sector.
Media release from the South Island Alliance about the launch of the high-risk medicines campaign topic.
The consequences of an adverse drug event (ADE) are only too clear to Taranaki man John Smith, who became seriously ill after taking warfarin, following a heart attack.
An update about upcoming activity for the medication safety focus of the Open for better care campaign.