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Although crisis management must take place under circumstances that differ dramatically from what normally is the case, the process of management as such is not radically different.
This is the fourth session offering an overview of the knowledge that underpins the coproduction of healthcare service. This session focuses on developing an understanding of the third stream of knowledge: “science-informed practice” that must be developed and used to coproduce healthcare services. The session includes the exploration of a case in Ghana and the U.S. that helps us understand the diversity of science disciplines and methods. A helpful frame of reference is introduced and used.
Catch up on the latest webinar from the ISQua African Community of Practice - Improving the availability of Non-Communicable Diseases (NCD) data for decision-making in Nigeria with Dr Chinonyerem Egekwu.
ISQua and OUP's new journal, IJQHC Communications, will launch in 2021. Expressions of interest are now being invited for our Editorial Apprenticeship Programme, which will commence on 1st February 2021.
En esta conferencia se hará una síntesis de posibles lecciones aprendidas hasta ahora, dentro de un marco de referencia que permita pasar de las lecciones a las acciones.
The International Society for Quality in Healthcare (ISQua) is pleased to endorse the statement released by the International Hospital Federation (IHF). IHF have released a statement entitled 'Supporting Hospitals in a Time of Crisis'.
ISQua's President, Wendy Nicklin reported that her 3-year term concludes at this meeting. The key points were highlighted in her report:
Catch up on the latest webinar in our Critical Crisis Thinking series on After-the-Shock: Reconfiguration & Renewal or Retreat & Retrenchment? with Professor David Woods.