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Vea la grabación del webinar del Día Mundial de la Seguridad del Paciente 2021 que se celebró el 14 de septiembre.

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Depuis « To Err is Human » en 1999, le secteur des soins de santé multiplie les initiatives pour améliorer la sécurité des patients et rendre nos systèmes de soins plus fiables. 

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In healthcare, the idea of external evaluation took hold with quiet beginnings almost 100 years ago when Ernest Codman, a pioneering American surgeon hailing from Boston, Massachusetts, had the brightidea of suggesting that clinicians and hospitals follow patients and assess whether the outcomes oftheir treatments were realised. 

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Thursday, 12 August 2021 13:13

Learning Journey sessions at #ISQua2021

Watch the recordings of ISQua Learning Journeys from #ISQua2021 and submit a reflection for Fellowship credits.

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El Dr. Lemos discutirá su vision sobre las oportunidades de mejora de la calidad durante la pandemia y cómo las circunstancias han permitido logros y avances en nuestra especialidad.

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ISQua CEO Carsten Engel and ISQua Board Member Wendy Nicklin discuss the future of accreditation in our changing world. Does accreditation need to be more dynamic? 

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The International Society for Quality in Health Care (ISQua) is pleased to endorse the new decision-making tool to help healthcare leaders implement hospital and nursing home visitation policies that balance safety and infection control with the importance of in-person family presence. 

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Call for case studies on the application of human factors and ergonomics principles to improve patient and healthcare worker safety – International Ergonomics Association (IEA) and WHO

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Friday, 30 April 2021 12:59

Now is the time

 

The time is right to do what is right Martin Luther King

 

Time is always the enemy of one who wants to achieve change – time always runs out. As I write this final blog, I think of what was achieved during my term as CEO, but also of what still remains to be done. The journey to safe high quality person-centred care is a never-ending one. We strive to make a difference.  

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Vea la grabación del último webinar de COPLAC sobre Paciente experto ... De pasajeros a copilotos presentado por Emilia Arrighi...

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