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.
We were delighted to have Dr Tricia Woodhead present our first live webinar of 2020, Person Centred Care: Blending improvement methods and business thinking into practical steps.
As we get close to the end of 2019 and begin a brand-new decade in 2020, we’ve looked back at the posts we’ve shared over the past year and collated the Top 10 Most Popular:
"We have made real gains in the safety and quality of healthcare services. Developing even safer, better quality will require careful consideration of the assumptions we have used to get this far...join the growing, creative community of tomorrow's leaders who are learning and working together," says Paul Batalden, MD, one of the many healthcare experts confirmed as faculty for the new International Diploma Course in Resilient Health Care Management.
The ethos of safety has always been to reduce unwanted and harmful events or even better, to completely eliminate them. Even though it makes sense to try to stop things from going wrong, this is clearly not enough.
We were delighted to have Dr Peter Lachman, ISQua CEO, present on Quality in Crisis Situations in our final live webinar session for 2019.
Patient safety is a public health priority and a globally shared challenge, thus international cooperation is crucial. One of the most significant advances in this area to date is the recent adoption of the resolution "Global Action on Patient Safety" by the World Health Assembly, which enabled the first-ever World Patient Safety Day this past September. In recent years, the Global Ministerial Summit on Patient Safety has become one of the central platforms for improving patient safety worldwide. It represents an effective tool for facilitating collaboration between countries and stakeholders alike.
ISQua is delighted to confirm the locations and partners of our future International Healthcare Conferences from 2021 to 2024.
As a quality and safety champion within my organization, I am the clinical lead for an initiative to improve the safety culture within our critical care department. Creating psychological safety within a team empowers staff to speak up and promotes the delivery of safer care to patients.