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Mercy Hospital in Dunedin has become the first private provider in the South Island to pledge support for the Open for better care national patient safety campaign.
Southern District Health Board have produced a video outlining their involvement in the Open for better care campaign.
The New Zealand Private Surgical Hospitals Association (NZPSHA) has endorsed Open for better care as part of its commitment to sharing best practice in quality and safety.
Issue 6 of the Open for better care e-newsletter is now available online.
The first issue of the Midland DHBs regional campaign e-update is now available online.
Southern District Health Board (DHB) is hosting the Health Quality & Safety Commission's Open for better care campaign booths at Dunedin and Southland Hospitals this week, to raise awareness of the national campaign.
Tuesday 8 October saw the travelling Open booth arrive next to Fuel Café at Wellington Hospital, to promote the new national patient safety campaign Open for better care.
Issue 5 of the Open for better care e-newsletter is now available online.
October marks the kick off date for the latest initiatives being launched across hospitals and clinics in the South Island, under the Open campaign aimed at improved patient safety and care and supported by the South Island Alliance network.
Intentional rounding is simple, fundamental, patient-centred and decreases workload. That’s the view of Debbie Brown, Quality and Patient Safety Manager for Bay of Plenty DHB, and Nurse Leader Maurice Chamberlain.