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.

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Introduction to Patient Advocacy

By ISQua | Feb. 12, 2013 |

As the Honorary Patient Perspective Board Member, I am excited to contribute to a new feature in the newsletter. 

Compassion in Healthcare

By ISQua | Feb. 4, 2013 |

Recently I had call to stop and think about what compassion in healthcare really means.

My Fellowship, My Mentor: The story of Ghanaian Fellow

By ISQua | Nov. 25, 2014 |

In 2011 when I was approached by my current boss and head of the Public Health Unit (PHU)

Combating Medication Errors

By ISQua | Nov. 11, 2014 |

Medication errors are common problem across the healthcare organizations irrespective of the state of economy of the country.

LESSONS LEARNED……MEMOIRS OF A PUBLIC HEALTH PRACTITIONER

By ISQua | Jul. 4, 2014 |

What or who is an ISQua-empowered Public Health Practitioner?

Global Health Law

By ISQua | Jul. 2, 2014 |

The international community has made great progress in improving global health.

Navigating Safety, Necessary Compromises and Trade-offs-Theory and Practice

By ISQua | Jul. 17, 2014 |

Managing safety in a professional environment requires constant negotiation with other competitive dimensions of risk management (finances, market and political drivers, manpower and social crisis).

One Person One Team One System

By ISQua | Jun. 11, 2014 |

In March 2014, Sir John Oldham’s Independent Commission on Whole Person Care published its report ‘One person, one team, one system’.

Deepening our understanding of quality improvement in Europe (DUQuE)

By ISQua | May. 6, 2014 |

Oxford University Press have provided advanced access to the DUQuE Study. The following is an excerpt from the article which will be published in the April 2014 26 (2) Edition of the International Journal for Quality in Health Care.

Making the switch from clinical practice to HTA

By ISQua | Apr. 24, 2014 |

Just because everything is different doesn't mean anything has changed.

Irene Peter

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