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.

January 2019

Aiming for Zero

By | Jan. 31, 2019 | 0
We are now reaching a critical stage in the delivery of healthcare. Patient Safety is now a central component of the delivery of healthcare – and we now need to set ambitious goals to eliminate harm. Unfortunately, this is easier said than done. Worldwide initiatives have had variable success mainly because it is difficult to achieve standardisation without a change in the way we work. Patient safety needs to become a social movement where there is a groundswell of change and eventually safety becomes the way we do work.
Published in Blog

Medication Safety in Primary Care with Dr Neil Houston

By | Jan. 17, 2019 | 0

We were delighted to host Neil Houston for our ISQua Fellowship Programme live webinar in January on the topic of Primary Care in Medication Safety.

Published in Events

The Biobank Resource Centre Education Courses

By | Jan. 17, 2019 | 0

The Biobank Resource Centre (BRC) develops and delivers educational, operational, and research tools to researchers and biobankers who collect, store, or study human biospecimens. 

Published in Blog

ISQua Accreditation & Mental Health were the focus of the 2018 Quality in Healthcare Conference held in December in Sarajevo

By | Jan. 17, 2019 | 0

The sixth annual Quality in Healthcare Conference hosted by the Agency for Quality and Accreditation in Health of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (AKAZ) took place on December 20th and 21st in Sarajevo.  The title this year was “BiH in the EU: Quality as Key to Joining the Circle of the Best.”

Published in Events

Editor's Choice Papers

By | Jan. 10, 2019 | 0

We have two Editor's Choice papers from the International Journal for Quality in Health Care, Volume 30, Issue 9, November 2018

Published in Latest

Sign Up for our newsletter and receive a monthly digest of news!

Become A Member Today

We all have two vocations in health care – to do our job and to continually improve