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Issue 22 of the Open for better care e-newsletter is now available online.
Ocean Shores Village in Mt Maunganui were treated to a visit and performance from the world's oldest dance troupe Hip Op-eration, for winning the Commission's competition to create a fun and innovative video about strength and balance exercises.
Let’s talk was promoted widely throughout the country during Patient Safety Week, 1 to 7 November. The Commission would like to thank all those who helped make the week such a success.
Residents at Mt Maunganui’s Ocean Shores Village must have some fantastic (non-slip) dancing shoes, which have seen them win the Health Quality & Safety Commission’s falls video competition.
Toni Street has praised district health boards for participating in Patient Safety Week, by trying to focus on communication with patients.
Press release from Hon Peter Dunne welcoming the launch of an ‘airline-style’ patient safety card and video as part of Patient Safety Week 2015.
Issue 21 of the Open for better care e-newsletter is now available online.
The fifth Open for better care campaign topic, Stand up to falls, has now finished. It had a strong focus on the benefits of an integrated approach to falls prevention and encouraging providers to work together with their primary and community care partne
Patient Safety Week runs from 1 to 7 November 2015. The purpose of the week is to show patients we strive to provide the best and safest care possible, every time. The theme of the week is ‘Let’s talk’ and there are a range of resources that focus on good
Good communication cartoon competition for health professionals