Why is it so hard to be open? The pitfalls and promise of transparency in health care. This event will bring together world leaders in thinking about transparency from New Zealand, the UK and Australia. Discussion will focus on the scandals, principles and history driving the transparency agenda, alongside some of the nuances of transparency in practice – how has it been done elsewhere and how can it be done intelligently and thoughtfully in New Zealand? How do we give the public what they want while driving quality improvement and increasing patient safety?
Modern health care is increasingly recognised as a complex adaptive system. Staff must navigate often-competing demands and dynamic conditions to deliver the safe care patients need. There is a growing appreciation that health care providers create safe, high-quality care through their ability to adapt every day, and to improvise and adjust. It is this ability, known as system resilience, that allows staff to predict and potentially prevent harm, making safety everyone's responsibility.
The Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners and New Zealand Rural General Practice Network are proud to be co-hosting the WONCA Asia Pacific Regional Conference in Auckland in 2020.
As part of the New Zealand Choosing Wisely approach, two workshops are being held on 30 April 2020, concurrently from 4 to 6pm in Wellington for students, doctors-in-training and medical educators. This is the day before the Choosing Wisely forum on 1 May 2020.
The forum, Choosing Wisely – Choosing Equity: a focus on equity, sustainability and shared decision-making is being held in Wellington on 1 May 2020. This is an important opportunity to learn about Choosing Wisely and sustainability, equity and shared decision making; and to share your experiences and knowledge.
The Auckland Chinese Medical Association is holding its annual conference on Saturday 9 May 2020 at the Highbrook Conference Centre, Auckland. The theme of this year's conference is "Overcoming Barriers to Asian Health". The conference is open to all doctors.
After a successful 2019 event, The NextCare Health Conference will again combine world-class keynote speakers with engaging concurrent session speakers for two days of extraordinary development and learning for healthcare leaders.
From research and innovation to policy and implementation. Being held in Wellington 16-17 June 2020. Keynote speaker: Dr David Pencheon, Former Director of the NHS, Sustainable Development Unit.
The University of Otago and Vida Law are pleased to offer a Health Law Intensive Course designed specifically for senior clinicians, board members, chief executives and managers working in the New Zealand Health Sector. The course will be held over 24-28 August 2020 in Wellington.
The World Federation of Public Health Associations (WFPHA), Italian Society of Hygiene, Preventive Medicine and Public Health (SItI) and the European Public Health Association (EUPHA) are pleased to invite you to the 16th World Congress on Public Health, 12-17 October 2020 in Rome, Italy. Co-chairs of the Congress are Walter Ricciardi and Carlo Signorelli.