Improving Healthcare Quality and Patient Safety in New Zealand
Sharing evidence-based best practice and innovation
13 - 14 Nov 2019Heritage Hotel, Auckland
Healthcare organisations the world over continue to grapple with the challenges of improving patient safety and care quality. This important conference provides an impartial, multi-disciplinary platform designed to support New Zealand health and care services as they move towards the delivery of world class, harm-free care.
One of the key challenges is to spread the best practice and mainstream the excellence that already exists in pockets around the country. Improving Healthcare Quality and Patient Safety in New Zealand has been designed to support this process. Creating an impartial, multi-disciplinary platform to support health and care services as they move towards the delivery of world class, harm-free care.
Hear from sector leaders and share the latest evidence-based best practice and innovations to improve quality and safety. Explore how to build a positive culture of safety and improvement, enabling you to achieve a whole-system approach to safety across your organisation and beyond. As well as delivering practical patient safety and quality improvement at the clinical coal face.
- Hilary Graham-Smith, Associate Professional Services Manager, New Zealand Nurses Organisation
- Dr Penny Andrew, Director of the Institute for Innovation and Improvement (i3), Waitematā District Health Board
- Cheryl des Landes, Head of Patient Safety & Quality, St Johns New Zealand
- Jan Dewar, Associate Director of Nursing, MidCentral District Health Board