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.

LASA Medications: Patient Safety Vulnerability - ITAES Featured

By | May. 30, 2024 |

ITAES is an accrediting entity for health institutions recognized for developing healthcare quality and safety standards with a focus on continuous improvement and an Institutional Member of ISQua.


Introducing the WHO's Patient Safety Rights Charter Featured

By | May. 10, 2024 |

On April 18, 2024, during the 6th Global Ministerial Summit on Patient Safety in Chile, the World Health Organization (WHO) unveiled the Patient Safety Rights Charter. 

Leadership Essentials in Global Health: Summer Programme - Trinity College Dublin Featured

By | May. 1, 2024 |

Dublin, Ireland - The Irish Global Health Network is proud to announce the launch of "Leadership Essentials in Global Health," a five-day intensive summer programme designed to equip participants with practical skills for leading global health programmes.

CAHO Continuing Quality Education (CQE) Series in association with ASQua

By | Apr. 22, 2024 |

The 26th Session of CAHO's 3 hour Continuing Quality Education (CQE) Series in association with Asian Society for Quality in Health Care (ASQua) is scheduled to take place on Saturday 27th April 2024. Find out more!

ISQua Conference Scholarship 2024 Featured

By | Apr. 10, 2024 |

ISQua, in collaboration with the World Health Organization (WHO), is offering conference and ISQua Fellowship scholarships to individuals from low and lower-middle-income countries (as classified by the World Bank) who would benefit from attending ISQua's Istanbul, Türkiye Conference.


Support4Resilience to transform elderly care through leadership empowerment Featured

By | Mar. 27, 2024 |

We are excited to announce the launch of the Horizon Europe Support4Resilience (S4R) research project on 1st March 2024.

Editorial Apprenticeship Programme 2024 Featured

By | Jan. 19, 2024 |

ISQua's successful Editorial Apprenticeship Programme is entering its fourth year, and we are accepting applications for our 2024 apprenticeship positions.

ISQua’s 42nd International Conference to be held in Dublin in 2026 in partnership with the Department of Health and the HSE. Featured

By | Jan. 17, 2024 |

The International Society for Health Care (ISQua), a global leader in quality and safety in health care, is thrilled to announce that their 42nd International Healthcare Conference in 2026 will be hosted in the vibrant city of Dublin, Ireland. This prestigious event, scheduled to take place in September 2026, will be held in collaboration with the Department of Health and the Health Service Executive (HSE) of Ireland.


Charles Shaw Obituary Featured

By | Jan. 16, 2024 |

Dr Charles Shaw passed away on December 12, 2023, in Houghton, UK, after a long and courageous fight against cancer; he was surrounded by his beloved wife, Carolyn, and family. Dr Shaw made an enormous contribution to ISQua’s creation, direction, and development over many years.


A Snapshot of Major Milestones in WHO’s Global Patient Safety Journey in 2023 Featured

By | Jan. 3, 2024 |

World Health Organization (WHO) shared a list of key milestones in their Global Patient Safety Journey during 2023. Check it out!

End of year message 2023 from ISQua CEO Carsten Engel. Featured

By | Dec. 20, 2023 |

Another year is coming to a close; when I take a step back and reflect on what I see, it is now clearer than ever before that sustainability – in the broadest sense of the word – should be our main concern.


Asian Society for Quality in Health Care (ASQua): Lean Management in Healthcare Module Featured

By | Nov. 22, 2023 |

Join ASQua for a day of knowledge-sharing, inspiration, and networking as we work together to create a more efficient, patient-centric healthcare system. November 28th 2023.

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