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This is the third session offering an overview of the knowledge that underpins the coproduction of healthcare service. This session will focus on developing an understanding of the second stream of knowledge: the “as is” system journey that must be navigated by patients and professionals.

Published in Virtual Events

Post-pregnancy family planning (PPFP) focuses on the prevention of unintended and closely spaced pregnancies in the first 12 months post pregnancy (irrespective of pregnancy outcome) and is considered a life-saving intervention for mothers and their children. Post-pregnancy women are among those populations with the greatest unmet need for family planning (FP), yet they often do not receive the information and services they need to prevent unintended pregnancies.

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Agradecemos a la Dra. Giovanna Gutiérrez Panchana, quien brindó a nuestra audiencia una excelente visión de las experiencias de BUPA Chile y cómo la gobernanza clínica se ha visto afectada por la pandemia.

Published in Virtual Events

We are delighted to host Paul Batalden, Tina Foster and guest speaker Mia for the third live webinar in the Coproduction series.

Published in Virtual Events

Learn from Prof Eugene Litvak of the Institute for Healthcare Optimization (IHO) on how hospitals can manage their capacity and patient flow effectively. This is now more important than ever.

Published in Virtual Events

Our panel discusses the mental health of health workers, the concept of the 'second victim' and workplace bullying. How is patient safety affected by these issues and what can be done to keep patients safe?

Published in Virtual Events

The recording of the second of ISQua's two webinars for World Patient Safety Day 2020 (17th September) is now available.

The recording of the first of ISQua's two webinars for World Patient Safety Day 2020 (17th September) is now available.

September 2020 - Report on the joint surveys from ISQua and IHF on national safety plans and incident reporting. 

Over the next 10 years, the World Health Organization (WHO), its global partners and its Member States will be working tirelessly to help all people of the world to have access to health services. As per the mandate of World Health Assembly resolution WHA72.6 (May 2019): “Towards Zero Patient Harm in Health Care: Global Patient Safety Action Plan 2021-2030” (First Draft, August 2020) is now open for public consultation.

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