ISQua Education is prides itself in procuring current and thought provoking material from world leaders in healthcare for this Fellowship Programme. Content for the seven topical tracks is constantly being updated and expanded in our effort to bring the latest thinking and innovations in healthcare to our wide audience.
This page details the types of resources available to ISQua Fellowship Programme Participants. For those interested in finding out more, sample resources are available by clicking on the relevant links below.
Once enrolled, Participants have full access to our vast library of resources through our Learning Management System - FELIX.
ISQua prides itself on using its vast network of Experts and Partners from around the world to bring innovative ideas and ways of progressing in healthcare quality and safety to the Fellowship Programme. For those who are unable to attend the live event, our webinars are recorded and put into our Fellowship resources for all our Participants to access.
For access to the latest ISQua webinars click here
Find out about forthcoming webinars here
Case Studies provide food for thought for Fellowship Participants. They give the opportunity to look at a real life situation and put your own suggestions and ideas on how it could have been handled better and how using the ideas in the case study can be put into practice in your own organisation.
See the latest case studies available
The Editor in Chief of the International Journal for Quality in Health Care, Yu-Chan (Jack) Li, recommends articles from the Journal for review by Fellowship Participants. These articles give an insight into work and studies being carried out in the healthcare quality and safety arena.
See the most recent recommendations.
ISQua engages with partner organisations to debate the most topical issues of the moment. These asynchronous debates are published on the ISQua website and Fellowship Participants are encouraged to contribute their own thoughts and vote on the argument that they believe won the debate.
See the debates held so far