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Switzerland is honoured to host the next Global Ministerial Summit on Patient Safety, on 23 / 24th February 2023 in Montreux.
A look at six accredited South African private hospitals and how they managed to operate during COVID.
The COVID pandemic has taught the world many lessons. It shifted paradigms that global public health has taken for granted. The question that remains foremost in the minds of many is this: can health systems be made robust so that when the next pandemic or other disaster hits, we will be ready?
À l’occasion de la Journée mondiale de la sécurité des patients 2022, la Communauté francophone de pratique établie au sein de l’ISQua vous invite à participer à son prochain webinaire qui se déroulera le mardi 13 septembre à 15h00 (heure de Paris).
We are delighted to share how the ISQua Specialist Certificate in Person Centred Care has benefitted Mohammedamin A. Adel, a recent recipient of this award.
The World Patients Alliance (WPA) and the International Society for Quality in Health Care (ISQua), are delighted to announce our strategic partnership.
We would like to offer our sincere congratulations to Ron D. Hays, PhDDistinguished Professor, Department of Medicine, the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA); Professor, Department of Health Policy and Management, UCLA School of Public Health; Senior Social Policy Analyst, RAND who has been awarded the 2022 Health Assessment Lab/Medical Outcomes Trust* John Ware and Alvin Tarlov Career Achievement Prize in Patient-Reported Outcomes Measures (PROMs).
Registration open: 7th Annual UC Davis Health 2-Day Clinical Quality Improvement Design Workshop. The workshop is geared toward clinicians, health professions trainees, and healthcare staff who want to learn about how to design and implement a quality improvement (QI) project or initiative. Online access to required pre-workshop readings is provided in advance.
Over the years that I've been associated with ISQua in various ways (over two decades now: time really does fly), I've noticed some characteristics of our members, fellows, academicians, and the multiplicity of other stakeholders that are involved with our work.
We are delighted to share how the ISQua Specialist Certificate in Person Centred Care has benefitted Raul Rakhmatullin, a recent recipient of this award.