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.

NAHQ/ISQua CPHQ Exam Prep: Virtual Instructor Led Course Featured

By | Sep. 9, 2020 |

NAHQ/ISQua Certified Professional in Healthcare Quality® (CPHQ) Exam Prep. ISQua is pleased to announce our collaboration with the National Association for Healthcare Quality (NAHQ)!

ASQua webinar on “COVexit– Accreditation Landscape Post COVID-19” - 26th August 2020 Featured

By | Aug. 20, 2020 |

26th August 2020, 15:00 - 16:30 (GMT+8)

This webinar is intended for those who are interested in accreditation, quality and safety from the perspectives of the healthcare provider, healthcare professionals and workers, and to all healthcare-related organisations or persons who are interested in learning about practising quality and safety in times of a crisis situation.

ISQua partners with Medvarsity

By | Aug. 13, 2020 |

ISQua are delighted to announce their partnership with Medvarsity. You can now undertake a range of ISQua Specialist Certificate programmes through the Medvarsity platform.

Call for Deputy Editors

By | Aug. 12, 2020 |

The International Society for Quality in Health Care (ISQua) and Oxford university Press (OUP), are seeking applications for the position of Deputy Editor for the International Journal for Quality in Health Care (IJQHC). The Deputy Editor will champion research content for the IJQHC.

ABHS Webinar Series Featured

By | Jul. 24, 2020 |

Partnerships for COVID19 in Africa - Webinar series held every Friday, up to 14th August 2020.

In Memoriam Lee Tregloan, 6 March 1944 - 7 July 2020 Featured

By | Jul. 21, 2020 |

The International Society for Quality in Health Care lost its first CEO and one of its most ardent supporters when Lee Tregloan passed away in Melbourne, Australia on 7th July 2020. Lee was awarded ISQua Life Membership at ISQua's Copenhagen conference in 2008, in recognition of her thirteen years of committed service as our first CEO from May 1995 to April 2008.

We Are Obligated to Do Better Featured

By | Jul. 9, 2020 |

Over the past several weeks, we have all been reminded about the inequities that exist within our society via shocking and inexcusable actions. Sadly, these are just the latest in a series of events that have spanned generations in the United States and globally. Even those of us who have believed we have been strong champions for equity have been further “awoken” to the fact we need to do more. In fact, as a white male, I am obligated to do more to help shape a future where inequity no longer exists.

Watch the Recording: How Do We Carry On? Transitions in Health Services During the Pandemic and Beyond with Dr Jennifer Zelmer Featured

By | Jun. 26, 2020 |

Dr Jennifer Zelmer, President and CEO of the Canadian Foundation for Healthcare Improvement, was our wonderful guest speaker for this month's live event and presented on How Do We Carry On? Transitions in Health Services During the Pandemic and Beyond.

“Seesaw game - Politics? Science? Emotion? Ethics? - in pandemic era.” Featured

By | Jun. 26, 2020 |

I see many of advanced treatment here in Kyushu University Hospital where I work which needs to be reviewed from the ethical viewpoint.

NOW IS THE TIME Featured

By | Jun. 25, 2020 |

This is a crucial moment in time as we observe a myriad of storms that are gathering: the Black Lives Matter storm testing systemic racism consciousness and our morale fabric; the COVID-19/financial storm that is dashing public health protection measures against economic recovery; the social media storm influencing mindsets and behaviours; and an employee storm of no permanence and uncertainty.

You have to take a side: Silence is not an option Featured

By | Jun. 15, 2020 |

At this time of Black lives Matters, it is time for examining our inner selves and to ask why it is that in 2020 we are still dealing with ingrained racism. I grew up in Apartheid South Africa and my formative years made...

Health inequalities, COVID-19, Black Lives Matter Featured

By | Jun. 15, 2020 |

On either side of the Atlantic, the US Black Lives Matter protests over the death of George Floyd, and the calls for a UK enquiry into the disproportionate death rate from the COVID-19 infection of black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) groups, are energising communities and fair-minded folk globally.

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