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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

  • Implementation Science with Professor Nick Sevdalis

    Implementation Science

    Presenter:

    Nick Sevdalis, Professor of Implementation Science and Patient Safety; Director of the Centre for Implementation Science at King’s College London; Joint Academic Lead of the Acute Care – Mental Health Clinical Academic Group of King’s Health Partners; Editor in Chief, BMJ Simulation and Technology Enhanced Learning; and Associate Editor of Implementation Science  


    Date:  
    28 September 2017


    Track 1: Governance, Leadership and Health Policy

  • Responding to CPE (Carbapenemase-producing Enterobacteriaceae) with Amy Bisson and Dr Paul Curtis

    Responding to CPE (Carbapenemase-producing Enterobacteriaceae) 

    Presenters:  

    Amy Bisson, Project Officer, Healthcare Associated Infections, Clinical Excellence Commission, Australia


     
    Dr Paul Curtis, Director, Governance and Assurance, Clinical Excellence Commission, Australia

    Date:  17 October 2017

    Track 3:  Patient Safety




  • Care Pathways with Professor Kris Vanhaecht

    Care Pathways with Professor Kris Vanhaecht

    Presenter:  
    Prof. dr. Kris VANHAECHT, KU Leuven Institute for Healthcare Policy (Leuvens Instituut voor GezondheidszorgBeleid LIGB), Belgium and Policy Advisor, University Hospitals Leuven & Flemish Hospital Network-KULeuven, Belgium, Secretary General,  European Pathway Association

    Date:  19 October 2017

    Track 3:  Patient Safety


  • Impact of EMR on diagnosis with Dr Mark Graber

    Impact of EMR on diagnosis 

    Presenter:  
    Mark L Graber, MD FACP, President, SIDM, Senior Fellow, RTI International, Professor Emeritus, Stony Brook University, New York

    Date:  9 November 2017

    Track 5:  
    Health Information Technology