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The International Society for Quality in Healthcare (ISQua) and Planetree International participated in a ‘Pop-Up’ Coalition of over 60 organizations to Preserve Family Presence. The international group represented patient and long-term care advocates, quality and safety professionals, and global healthcare policy makers.
Geneva, Switzerland, 21 May: The International Hospital Federation (IHF) and the International Society for Quality in Health Care (ISQUA) call for safety for health services, multidisciplinary teamwork for patient-centered care and innovation adoption in response efforts.
During the covid-19 pandemic, reports of new daily cases and deaths have dominated the headlines. In areas hardest hit by the virus, citizens and their leaders anxiously await the latest daily figure. If the number of deaths increases from the prior day, the result is despair or panic; if the number of deaths decreases, the result is optimistic hope that the tide is turning.
The recommendations from the INSH & ISQua paper - 'Patient Safety Recommendations for COVID-19 Epidemic Outbreak' - are now available as individual cards.
In August 2016 we recorded a webinar with Dr Edward Kelley, PhD, Director, Department of Service Delivery and Safety, WHO; Prof Benedetta Allegranzi, MD, DTM&H, Coordinator, a.i. Infection Prevention and Control Global Unit, Department of Safety Delivery and Service, WHO; and Dr Shams B. Syed, Coordinator, Universal Health Coverage and Quality Unit, Department of Service Delivery and Safety, WHO.