Cape Town 2019 - #ISQua2019 20th - 23rd October 2019
Together with The Council for Health Service Accreditation of Southern Africa (COHSASA) and Mediclinic International, ISQua was delighted to host its 36th International Conference in Cape Town.
Cape Town is an incredible city and showed itself at its best for #ISQua2019! Our excellent lineup of speakers ticked the boxes for our delegates and the cultural performances, including singers, musicians and dancers were amazing.
One of the key takeaways from this year's conference was the question, 'What do people actually need to be healthy?', posed by plenary speaker, Rocco Perla.
Ask 'What do you need to be healthy' and build the system about that. Methods are values in action.
Thank you to everyone who took part in our 2019 conference, our partners, sponsors, exhibitors, volunteers and delegates. We hope you will join us in 2020 for our 37th International Conference in Florence, Italy.
Photo's from ISQua 2019
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Co - Chairs
- Wendy Nicklin; President, ISQua
- Sharon Slabbert; Chair, The Council for Health Service Accreditation of Southern Africa (COHSASA)
- Emmanuel Aiyenigba; ISQua Africa Community of Practice
- John Brennan; GP & past RCPI/ISQua QI Scholar
- Helen Crisp; Independent Consultant for Quality Improvement in Healthcare
- Maurice Goodman; CMO, Discovery Health
- Peter Lachman; CEO, ISQua
- M.A.Kadar Marikar; CEO, MSQH
- Ziyanda Mgugudo-Sello; Medical Student (Registrar)
- Thato Mosidi; Medical Student (Registrar)
- Eugene Nelson; Director Population Health and Measurement, The Dartmouth Institute
- Jacqui Stewart; CEO, COHSASA
- Riccardo Tartaglia; Rep for ISQua2020
- Sodzi - Sodzi Tettey; Head of Africa Region, IHI
- David Vaughan; Board Member, ISQua
- Tyson Welzel; Group General Manager, Clinical Governance dept., Mediclinic
- Yvonne Quadros; ISQua Person Centred Care Community of Practice
The Programme and Planning Committee oversees the development of the scientific programme and is responsible for ensuring the quality of the content of the conference.
Helen Crisp (Crisp QI)
Jim Robblee (University of Ottawa Heart Institute)
Ronen Rozenblum (BWH and Harvard Medical School)
Triona Fortune (Fortune Quality Accreditation Services)
Chris Cornue (Slainte Global Partners (SGP))
Apollo Basenero (Ministry of Health and Social Services, Namibia)
Rashad Massoud (Quality and Performance Institute, University Research Co.)
David Greenfield (Australian Institute of Health Service Management, University of Tasmania)
The Abstract Committee is responsible for scheduling the conference programme, including presentations, selecting oral and poster papers, expert panels, invited workshops and any other method that will maximise delegate exchange and involvement.