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Live Webinars

We host live webinars with international leaders in quality, safety and healthcare innovation for our Fellowship Participants. 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.

Each month we host open access webinars for anyone interested in improving health care and patient safety. Check out this month's free webinar below:

Future Webinars

  • Human Factors with Dr Marie Ward

    Free Open-Access Webinar

    Human Factors 

    Dr. Marie Ward, Senior Research Fellow, Health Systems group, School of Nursing, Midwifery and Health Systems, Visiting Research Fellow, Centre for Innovative Human Systems, Trinity College Dublin and lecturer on the TCD online masters in Managing Risk and System Change

    Date:  24 July 2018 - Register Now!

    Track 3:  Patient safety

  • AI and Machine Learning -- Shaping the Future of Healthcare with Dr Nigam Shah

    AI and Machine Learning -- Shaping the Future of Healthcare 

    Dr Nigam Shah, Associate Professor of Medicine, Stanford University

    Date:  30 July 2018

    Track 5:  HIT

  • Sustaining improvement with Dr Esther Karamagi Nkolo

    Sustaining improvement 

    Dr. Esther Karamagi Nkolo, Chief of Party of the USAID ASSIST project, Uganda

    Date:  2 August 2018

    Track 7:  Quality and safety in developing countries

  • The Role of the Chief Medical Informatics Officer with Dr Roy E. Gilbreath

    The Role of the Chief Medical Informatics Officer 

    Presenter: Roy E. Gilbreath MD FACP, SVP Chief System of Care Integration Officer, Navicent Health

    10 August 2018

    Track 1: Governance, Leadership and Health Policy

  • The Measurement and Monitoring of Safety with Professor Charles Vincent

    The Measurement and Monitoring of Safety 

    Charles Vincent M Phil PhD, Professor of Psychology, University of Oxford

    Date:  4 October 2018

    Track 3: 
    Patient safety