We were delighted to host Dr Paul Batalden for the third episode in the ISQua Podcast series, and the second ISQua Ask the Expert session.
The topic for this episode was: “Co-production of healthcare service: assumptions and invitations”
Ask the Expert Overview
The Ask the Expert series seeks to share the latest knowledge and research from global healthcare experts with the ISQua Community and open up the conversation between all those who are dedicated to improving healthcare quality and safety.
About the Fellowship Programme
The ISQua Fellowship Programme was created in order to develop a global community of learning and improvement in healthcare quality and safety. Our goal is to connect as many healthcare professionals as possible, enabling them to both share their individual experiences, and learn from the experiences of others.
We do this by fostering our community of like-minded individuals. All participants benefit from the three core ISQua values of Knowledge, Network and Voice:
- Knowledge : Learn from a wide range of international experts and start making improvements within your own personal context.
- Network : Expand your professional network, make new contacts and become a valued member of our community.
- Voice : Share your thoughts, ideas and opinions, and showcase your research with like-minded peers. Be recognised for your contribution to the community.
If you would like to meet Dr Batalden and continue this conversation face-to-face, he will be attending and presenting at the #ISQua2019 Conference. More details HERE.
If you would like to to find out more about the Learning Journeys at the ISQua Conference, then please listen to our chat with Dal Hothi and John Brennan, who are organising the journeys.
About the speaker - Paul Batalden
Currently: Active Emeritus Professor, Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice, Geisel School of Medicine; Guest Professor, Quality Improvement and Leadership, Jönköping University; and Assistant Director of the Coproduction/Innovation Fellowship program, Cambridge Health Alliance.
Previously: Created/developed the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI), U.S. Veteran Administration National Quality Scholars program, General Competencies of the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME), Dartmouth Leadership Preventive Medicine Residency, Annual Health Professional Educator’s Summer Symposium, SQUIRE publication guidelines, Improvement Science Fellowship Program of The Health Foundation (UK) and Vinnvård Improvement Science Fellowships (Sweden).
Member: Minnesota and U.S. National Academy of Medicine.