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Video from the APAC forum, 19-21 September 2012.

Richard Hamblin discusses Health Quality & Safety Markers.

Gregor Coster, Chair of Counties Manukau District Health Board discusses patient safety in his DHB.

Crispin Ovenden, medical student at Otago University, Wellington School of Medicine, is interviewed about what patient safety means to him.

Dr David Galler discusses quality and safety.

Geraint Martin discusses what quality and safety means to the Counties Manukau District Health Board.

Mr John Kyngdon discusses the Bay of Plenty District Health Board's development of a patient safety strategy. 

Robert Lloyd discusses the commitment of the profession to patient safety, and how data should be used throughout the development of a campaign.

Carol Haraden discusses patient safety and asks why clinicans aren't using a standardised approach to patient safety issues.

Dr Ashley Bloomfield discusses patient safety and the impact failures of quality and safety in the system can have on the lives of individuals and their families.

Dr Russell Wills, Children's Commissioner and paediatrician discusses quality and safety as it relates to young New Zealanders.

Maxine Power talks about the engagement of clinicians and patients as being key to success of a campaign.

Manu Sione talks his work with pacific communities, and the challenges around engaging with pacific communities about their health care.

Dr David Grayson talks about his involvement in the 20,000 lives campaign, and engagement with clinicians.

Anthony Hill talks about connections within the health care system.

Beverley Johnson talks about the importance of engaging patients and their families in their health care.

Beverley Johnson talks further about patient engagement and partnership.

Dr Lynne Maher talks about working together  - understanding the perspectives of patients and clinicians and how this can improve the patient experience.

Dr Nick Baker talks about measurement of quality and painting clear pictures across services so that we can provide a direct comparison and benchmarking.

Maureen Bisognano talks about the 100,000 lives campaign and the process around development of the campaign to encourage spread of improvement, and the three focus areas of the campaign.

Sandy Blake talks about nurse involvement in patient safety.

Prof Sir Muir Gray talks about the third health care revolution.

Dr Don Berwick talks about key messages integral to a patient safety campaign.

Dr Shawn Sturland talks about the need for a national patient safety campaign.

Dr Harry Pert discusses patient safety and how it relates to primary care.

Pedro Delgado discusses his involvement in international patient safety campaigns.

 

 

 

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