Quality Collaboration Network: National Safety and Quality Health Service Standards
Clinical governance is the foundation for safety and quality in health services, and failures in clinical governance form a part of nearly all adverse health events. Defining clinical governance, then ensuring it is implemented has been simplified with the introduction of the National Safety and Quality Health Service Standards. Margaret Banks will talk to us about what it is, how it works and why it can be so challenging.
The Quality Collaboration Network is a peer-led network for those involved in implementing the Human Services Quality Framework within their organisation.
It provides an opportunity to share experiences, information and resources on audit and quality matters, as well as identifying common issues across the sector to inform system updates to government. Monthly meetings offer guest speakers and discussion on a range of topics, while access to peers and experts provides a community of knowledge and experience to draw on for everyday support.
Involvement is open to quality, policy or compliance risk professionals working in community services non-government organisations in Queensland.
Date: Wednesday, 15 June 2022
Time: 09:30am - 11:00am
Where: Online via Zoom. A registration link will be sent to participants the week prior to the meeting.