Health Workforce NZ has announced that the 2020 Ministry of Health Pacific People’s Support Fund is now open for applications.
The annual Learning from adverse events report from the Health Quality & Safety Commission has been released.
The Medical Council, in partnership with Te Ohu Rata O Aotearoa (Te ORA), is pleased to be releasing the Statement on cultural safety and He Ara Hauora Māori: A Pathway to Māori Health Equity
Health Workforce NZ has announced that the 2020 Ministry of Health Māori Support Fund is now open for applications.
MCNZ is seeking feedback on its proposed policy on publication of orders and directions, otherwise known as a ‘naming policy’.
Health professionals are being encouraged to watch the new learning modules on understanding bias in health care, to be launched in November for Wiki Haumaru Tūroro | Patient Safety Week 2019. Patient Safety Week is an awareness-raising week held from 3 to 9 November. It is coordinated by the Health Quality & Safety Commission, with partners ACC and PHARMAC.
Getting Better with Evidence: Experiences of putting evidence into practice, isco-hosted by The British Medical Journal, the Oxford Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine, the University of Auckland and the Health Quality & Safety Commission.
10 December 2019, Auckland Medical Research Foundation Auditorium, Grafton Campus, University of Auckland.
The Medical Council of New Zealand has appointed one new member and reappointed three current members for further terms.