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Live Webinars

Each month we host live webinars with international leaders in quality, safety and healthcare innovation. Each webinar ends with a Q&A session.   ISQua Fellowship participants receive 2 credits for each webinar attended. Click here for more information on our Fellowship Programme.

Future Webinars

  • Recognizing the Importance of Disruption in Healthcare with Christopher Cornue

    Recognizing the Importance of Disruption in Healthcare with Christopher Cornue

    Presenter:
     Christopher Cornue, Chief Strategy & Chief Innovation Officer, Navicent Health

    Date:  26 April 2017

    Track 5:  Health Information Technology


  • Health services research: using mixed methods for increased value, depth and impact with Professor David Greenfield, Dr Nazlee Siddiqui, Dr Kathy Eljiz, Dr Kerryn Butler-Henderson, Dr Jacqui Milne, Ms Sarah Low and Dr Anne Hogden

    Health services research: using mixed methods for increased value, depth and impact  

    Presenters:
     
    Professor David Greenfield, Director of the Australian Institute of Health Service Management (AIHSM), University of Tasmania, Australia. 






    Dr Nazlee Siddiqui (Associate Fellow, ACHSM), lecturer and Coordinator of the Graduate Certificate/ Diploma programs, Australian Institute of Health Services Management, University of Tasmania. 





    Dr Kathy Eljiz, senior lecturer and researcher, Master of Health Service Management program, Australian Institute of Health Services Management, University of Tasmania.





    Dr Kerryn Butler-Henderson, Course Coordinator of the Master of Health Information Management, Australian Institute of Health Services Management, University of Tasmania. 





    Dr Jacqui Milne, senior lecturer, Australian Institute of Health Service Management, University of Tasmania in Sydney, and Visiting Fellow, Faculty of Medicine, University of New Wales.




    Dr Anne Hogden, research fellow, Centre for Healthcare Resilience and Implementation Science, Australian Institute of Health Innovation, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Macquarie University, and Research Affiliate, Brain and Mind Centre, University of Sydney. 



    Ms Sarah Low, lecturer, Australian Institute of Health Service Management, University of Tasmania, Sydney.






    Date:  3 May 2017

    Track 4:
     Education and Research


  • Visualizing healthcare quality at regional levels: Towards a new collaborative scheme for reforming systems with Professor Yuichi Imanaka

    Visualizing healthcare quality at regional levels: Towards a new collaborative scheme for reforming systems

    Presenter
    :  Professor Yuichi Imanaka, Executive Board Member - Japan Council for Quality Health Care (http://www.en.jcqhc.or.jp/), Professor and Head of Dept. Healthcare Economics and Quality Management - Kyoto University Graduate School of Medicine (http://med-econ.umin.ac.jp/int/)


    Date:
     10 May 2017

    Track 1:  Governance, Leadership and Health Policy



  • Understanding Multigenerational Trauma for Healthcare with Daisy Ozim

    Understanding Multigenerational Trauma for Healthcare with Daisy Ozim

    Presenter:
     Daisy Ozim, Founder & CEO, Resilient Wellness, San Francisco

    Date:  7 June 2017

    Track 3:  Patient Safety