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Patient Safety Week has come and gone for another year and it was a huge success. The Health Quality & Safety Commission, in partnership with ACC, promoted the week.
Sparking up a conversation about end-of-life care is hard to do.
Let's Talk. That is the theme for Hauora Tairāwhiti and other health boards during Patient Safety Week, when the emphasis is on better communication between patient, whānau and health professionals.
This week is New Zealand’s national "Let’s Talk" Patient Safety Week, coordinated by the Health Quality & Safety Commission.
New Plymouth Injury Safe is once again supporting good communication between patients, whānau and Taranaki DHB staff, the focus of this year’s Patient Safety Week, a national campaign which runs from 30 October to 5 November.
Patient Safety Week starts today and coincides with the release of a new report showing patient harm reduction and cost savings have been achieved through improved health services.
Good communication between patients, whānau and Taranaki DHB staff is the focus of this year’s Patient Safety Week, a national campaign which runs from 30 October to 5 November.
Following Patient Safety Week 2016 (30 October–5 November 2016), the Open for better care website will be archived and our social media accounts will close.
After three years, the Open for better care campaign has drawn to a close. We hope you enjoy this light-hearted – but very heart-felt – thank you from the staff at the Health Quality & Safety Commission.
Resources for Patient Safety Week 2016 are now available to order. Orders are open until 31 August, and will be delivered by early October.