The survey closes at 4pm, 20 November 2020

The National Safety and Quality Primary Healthcare (NSQPH) Standards are being developed by the Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care (the Commission) through extensive consultation with healthcare providers, professional bodies, Primary Health Networks, consumers and other representatives of the sector.

The NSQPH Standards aim to protect the public from harm and improve the quality of care delivered to patients and consumers.

The Commission has developed a consultation document to assist those that have an interest in shaping the development of the Standards and is currently seeking feedback.

Health Consumers Queensland is preparing a written submission and we would like to incorporate your views on the draft Standards via a short survey. We are particularly interested in your views on Standard 1: Clinical Governance and Standard 2: Partnering with Consumers.  To complete our survey you will need to read or have read the consultation document which is available online:

Primary healthcare providers include registered health practitioners such as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Workers, dentists, general practitioners, nurses and midwives, optometrists, physiotherapists, podiatrists and psychologists, and self-regulated practitioners such as audiologists, dietitians and exercise psychologists.

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The survey closes at 4pm, 20 November 2020