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The King's Fund has released a patient and family-centred Care (PFCC) toolkit for health care professionals, to understand what a care experience is like.
The Health Quality & Safety Commission's consumer engagement team held two show and tell symposia in Auckland and Christchurch on 16 and 18 June 2014.
The University of Auckland's School of Pharmacy is looking for people who live with a disability, to participate in a study about how people with disabilities interact with pharmacies and pharmacy staff.
The Commission's Consumer Engagement team is hosting two free collaborative symposia, designed for providers and consumers from across health and disability services to share their expertise, knowledge and approach to working together as partners in care.
Counties Manukau Health, East Health Trust (PHO) is holding a leader training, free to community leaders and potential volunteers.
New opportunities for providers and consumers from across health and disability services to share their expertise, knowledge and approach to working together as partners in care.
The Making a Difference Fund supports individuals, organisations and businesses to make communities more inclusive of disabled people.
Registrations are now open for the 29-30 July conference in Auckland.
On 14 April 2014, the Health Quality & Safety Commission hosted the Partners in Care: Show and tell symposium. The day was an opportunity for providers and consumers from across health and disability services to share their expertise and knowledge.
Health passports contain information you want people to know about the way you communicate and like to be supported. This may include details regarding allergies, general disability-related information, or your preferred method of communication.