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ISQua Global Leader Lectures

In 2014 ISQua launched the Global Leader Lecture Series to support our mission of: 'Inspiring, promoting and supporting continuous improvement in the quality and safety of healthcare worldwide'

This Lecture Series presents a unique opportunity to gain access to the leadership perspectives and insights of top leaders in healthcare in a global context. All lectures will be live streamed through ISQua’s website and the recording will be posted on the website for those who missed it.

Credit Points for the Global Leader Lecture

Fellowship Participants can earn credit points by watching these lectures -  live or recorded.

To gain credits for the live lecture:
- Take a screen shot of the lecture and send it to eholmes@isqua.org.  Your credits will be awarded within 24 hours.

To gain credits for the recorded lecture:
- Access the lecture through FELIX and answer the Fellowship Questions posed to gain your credit points.

 

Forthcoming Lecture: Dr. René Amalberti Global Leader Lecture on "Patient Safety is a moving target: Implications for improvement strategies"

OES, Organization for Excellence in Health in collaboration with ISQua are hosting a Latin American Forum in Cartagena de Indias, Colombia. 

This Global Leaders Lecture will be presented by Dr. René Amalberti at ISQua 1st Latin American Forum on Wednesday 18th May at 14.45 COT, to find your relevant time CLICK HERE

Details on how to view this session live will be available shortly. 

To view times in your time zone visit http://www.timeanddate.com/  


Dr. René Amalberti works part time as a Senior Advisor to the Haute Authorité de Santé (HAS), France and is a risk manager in a medical insurance company. He is also Professor of Medicine, Physiology and Ergonomics. After a residency in psychiatry, Rene joined the Air Force, where he graduated in aerospace medicine and took up a military research position from which he recently retired with the rank of General.

Rene has been involved in several major European research programs on human error and risk management, and he pioneered the concepts of pilot's assistant, ecological safety, and Crew Resource Management. He was the first head of human factors and flight safety of the Joint Aviation Authorities.
In the 1990s, Rene progressively diversified his research fields, studying risk management in the nuclear and oil industry, professional fishing, and public ground transportation. During this decade he has been chairman of the French National Research Program on Road and Railway Safety. In the late '90s, he undertook research in the medical field on medical errors, patient safety, system approach, and resilience. He has published more than 100 international papers and chapters, and authored or co-authored 10 books​.


Global Leader Lectures 2015

  • Jeffrey Braithwaite - Resilient health care in practice

  • David Bates - Transforming the Safety of Healthcare with Health Information Technology

  • Cliff Hughes and Donald M. Berwick- ISQua and IHI Approaches to Quality: The Role of the Patient




Global Leader Lectures 2014