ISQua believes that person-centredness is an important aspect of safe, quality health care. The movement towards person-centred care has been gathering pace over the past two decades, and ISQua has a vibrant community who are invested in making person-centred care a core element in healthcare systems worldwide.
ISQua has made person-centred care and coproduction a priority in our educational content, online and in-person events and through our partnerships and collaborations.
We are excited to publish the NEW White Paper Person-Centred Care Systems: from theory to practice
NEW White PaperPerson-Centred Care Systems: From Theory to Practice
In order to make Person-Centred Care an expected standard of care, we will need to systematically redesign legislation, organisation, funding, information systems, education, and research.
This ambitious White Paper aims to answer the most difficult question: how do we embed PCC into our systems and how do we make it the expected norm?
Special thanks to GR Berntsen, M Chetty, L Ako-Egbe, S Yaron, P Phan, C Curran, I Castro, C Canfield, P Lachman (A working group on behalf of ISQua)
Online Education in PCC
Specialist Certificates in Principles of Person-Centred Care
This course is for individuals or organisations who seek to improve the delivery of person-centred care across all settings
Specialist Certificate in Clinical Applications in Person-Centred Care
This practical course provides examples of first-hand experiences in partnering with patients to understand and improve the care delivered.
Person and Family-Centred Advisory Council (PFCAC)
The ISQua Board is supported by the Person and Family Centred Advisory Council PFCAC). This dynamic group of patient representatives ensures that ISQua continues to keep the patient at the core of its strategy and activities.