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ISQua’s 37th International Conference 2021

Together with Centro Regionale Gestione Rischio Clinico e Sicurezza del Paziente (GRC) and the Italian Network for Safety in Healthcare, the International Society for Quality in Health Care (ISQua) is delighted to host its next conference.

ISQua’s 37th International Conference is online from 1 – 11 July 2021. The theme for this year’s conference is Emotion, Inspiration and Creativity: Pathways to Global Health Quality. The conference was originally scheduled to take place in Florence, Italy.

The Renaissance was a period of rebirth with new ideas, discoveries and the flowering of wonderful art. The hope is that there will be a rebirth in our belief systems, in the goodness of health, and the ability to deliver safe and effective people-centred care.

Over 200 healthcare quality and safety leaders will share their real-world experiences and insights. This global conference has speakers from France, Sweden, Italy, America, United Kingdom, Cyprus, along with experts with working experience at the World Health Organization (WHO) and the World Federation of Public Health Associations (WFPHA).

Topics heavily focus on the following areas:

  • Building sustainable and comprehensive care
  • Designing for people safety
  • Education, knowledge and learning
  • External evaluation
  • Facilitating future health
  • Person-centred care
  • Leading for quality, and
  • Quality in resource-challenged settings.

You can view the online programme on ISQua’s conference website. All session recordings will be made available for registered attendees.

Early bird offers are available until April 28, with further discounts available to ISQua members. Register here.

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