Joint Programmes
In collaboration with partner organisations, ISQua offers a number of joint programmes, designed to address specific educational requirements from different parts of the world.

ISQua/ASQua/JCT Joint Fellowship Programme

This Joint Programme is run in collaboration with two ISQua education partners: the Asian Society for Quality in Health Care (ASQua) and the Joint Commission of Taiwan (JCT). This joint initiative includes bi-lingual content from ISQua and content in Chinese from the Asian partners to ensure that the barrier of language is removed for health care professionals who speak Chinese.


ISQua Fellowship through Japanese

ISQua Education are delighted to be able to bring Japanese webinars on Quality and Safety in Health Care to our Japanese audience. These complimentary webinars are developed in conjunction with the Japan Council for Quality Health Care (JQ). English versions of these webinars will be made available after the original Japanese version has been transmitted.



Prerequisite for Jefferson online graduate certificate & master's degree

Thomas Jefferson University’s College of Population Health (JCPH) has developed a specialized online graduate certificate and master’s degree option for participants of the International Society for Quality in Health Care (ISQua) Fellowship Programme.  Under the terms of the agreement, ISQua Fellows are eligible for a 15% tuition discount to complete a 15-credit Jefferson graduate certificate (C-HQSi) or 30-credit Master of Science degree in Healthcare Quality and Safety (MS-HQSi) designed specifically for an international audience.  Specified ISQua coursework, including webinars and a non-credit introductory online session designed by JCPH and ISQua, will serve as a prerequisite for the Jefferson programs.’

Eligibility: Fellowship Programme participants only. Not a Fellowship Programme participant yet? Register now.


Undergraduate Programme with Tsinghua University (Chinese)

The ISQua Undergraduate Programme provides education in the areas of Quality Improvement and Patient Safety for undergraduate students. The Programme consists of two modules of 20 hours each, which feature lesson materials created by a range of healthcare experts in order to provide learners with a varied and interesting mix of activities to enhance their skills.

Students will be expected to complete the two modules as part of their Undergraduate training. They will be supervised by local trainers, with their knowledge being gauged through a combination of online and face-to-face assessments. The ISQua Undergraduate Programme will require learners to complete 20 credit points for each module before they are granted recognition by both their university and ISQua.


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