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We know that patient experience is a good indicator of the quality of our health services. Better experience, stronger partnerships with consumers, patient and family-centred care have been linked to improved health, clinical, financial, service and care outcomes. Patient feedback is used by our teams to monitor and improve the care we provide.
Understanding how people experience healthcare gives us valuable insight and an opportunity to celebrate our success, do more of what we are doing well and to find ways of how we can do better.
Every fortnight we invite patients who have spent at least one night in hospital or have attended an outpatient appointment to participate in our patient experience survey. An invitation to participate in the survey is delivered via email or a link in a text message. Taking part is voluntary.
If you receive an electronic invite – please complete it! We really value your time to provide us with feedback. Be assured your responses are completely anonymous.
Please note this request has been made to both Te Whatu Ora Waitaha and Nationally as well as the Ministry of Health.
ALL official policies, guidelines, procedures, memos, or other relevant documentation (I'm not sure what technical terms you use for official process) regarding drug screens and ADHD meds used by CDHB psychiatrists when determining whether to grant special authority for controlled ADHD medications.
All Issues based audits or investigations of mental health services carried out in DHB area in 2020, 2021 and so far this year (2022) including;
I see that you are not allowing visitors who won't or can't wear a face mask. I fully support this. How does this apply with the legality/ discrimination against those who have gained an official face covering exemption for a medical reason or disability. My request is for any legal opinions used by the CDHB in making this decision. I am wanting this information for my own research into this matter.
E ngā iwi, e ngā mana, e ngā karangatanga maha huri noa o Aotearoa nei, tēnā koutou, tēnā koutou, tēnā koutou katoa! Kei te rere taiāwhiowhio tonu te mihi aroha ki ō tātou tini aituā; rātou ki a rātou o te tai awatea, ā, ko tātou ki a tatou kei te whaimuri i te tai ahiahi. Nā reira, tēnā anō tātou katoa!
Whakamaua: Māori Health Action Plan 2020–2025 (Whakamaua) provides a roadmap of tangible actions that contribute to achieving the vision of pae ora for Māori. The release of Whakamaua, which will guide the implementation of He Korowai Oranga, bridges a gap that has existed since the completion of Whakatātaka Tuarua 2006–2011, the Ministry’s previous Māori health action plan.
RE the stabbing/murder in Sockburn on 25/06/2022 - request any and all advice, briefings, reports, aides memoire, memos and emails sent/received by CDHB employees - leading up to, and following a police incident (stabbing/murder) in Sockburn on Saturday 25th June.
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