Offering the latest news in health care quality and safety, the ISQua blog also features guest posts from the best and brightest in the industry.

Thursday, 12 September 2019 08:22

India - QAI Standee

The Quality & Accreditation Institute (QAI), India have designed a Standee which is being sent to all healthcare institutions in their database as well put up on their website for use.

Raising and responding to frontline concerns in healthcare

Hôpitaux Universitaires Genève (HUG) are hosting a one day conference on the theme: Creating the framework conditions for the success of quality initiatives.

The National Maternity Hospital, Holles Street, Dublin, Ireland are hosting their 2nd annual National Maternity Hospital Patient Safety Awareness Week (PSAW) 2019 from 21st - 25th October 2019. 

In recognition of the World Health Organisation’s World Patient Safety Day, Professor Cliff Hughes will be speaking on the topic, Safety in Healthcare - State of the Art or State of Mind.

Wednesday, 11 September 2019 16:14

South Africa - COHSASA and Cape Town

In Cape Town and the Western Cape, hospitals will drape orange around their buildings and grounds in honour of World Patient Safety Day. 

The Irish Health Service (Health Service Executive (HSE)) and the Department of Health are looking forward to celebrating World Patient Safety Day and are linking to undertake a number of events to mark World Patient Safety Day on the 17th September 2019.

The Ministry of Health Malaysia and the Malaysian Society for Quality in Health (MSQH) are jointly hosting a one-day Seminar and the launch of world patient safety day at the Everly Hotel in Putrajaya on 17th September. 

ISQua were delighted to host Chantelle Allen who presented a fantastic live webinar with a Q&A session on Impacting health worker performance for quality care and better client outcomes: Learning from mentorship in Zambia, Tanzania and Afghanistan.

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Improving the patient experience requires a change in culture. This change must be embraced by and reflected in the actions of everyone within the healthcare system. Furthermore, everyone must understand the fundamental truth that “quality and patient safety improvement” is an ongoing and healthy process of changing mindsets.

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