ISQua's 34th International Conference

"Learning at the System Level to Improve Healthcare Quality and Safety"

Each year, the International Society for Quality in Health Care (ISQua) brings together health care professionals from across the world to hear leaders and practitioners share their expertise and knowledge in health care quality and safety through this multidisciplinary forum. This theme of this year’s conference, which held October 1st – 4th in London, is “Learning at the System Level to Improve Healthcare Quality and Safety.”

Here is the USAID ASSIST Project’s participation:

Pre-conference workshop:

  • Sunday, Oct 1 (1:30-5:00)
    “Principles of Managing During Crisis: Lessons Learned from Zika and Ebola” led by M. Rashad Massoud, USAID ASSIST/URC

Plenary session:

Breakfast panel:

  • Tuesday, Oct 3 (7:30am-8:30am)
    “ISQua Expert Session - Do we Need Hundreds of Quality Metrics, or is a Small Number Enough?” with speakers David Bates, US; Jeffrey Braithwaite, AU; Jason Leitch, UK; M. Rashad Massoud, US; Tricia Woodhead, UK; and Jacqui Stewart, ZA

Concurrent sessions:

Sunday, October 1, 2017 - 07:45 to Wednesday, October 4, 2017 - 17:00
London, UK
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