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December 2018

ISQua and Lucian Leape launch new Patient Safety Fellowship

By | Dec. 19, 2018 | 0

ISQua in collaboration with Lucian Leape are launching a new Patient Safety Fellowship Programme available to all current physicians and health care providers from developing countries, or countries in transition, interested in advancing and expanding their expertise in patient safety, with resultant improvement of safety of patients in their local area. 

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Latest Experiences at WHO Headquarters

By | Dec. 19, 2018 | 0

How time flies? Some Two months ago when I started my interning at the WHO headquarters my supervisor cautioned me that I have to make every moment count as the three months allocated for my internship can be so short. And indeed, the time has gone by just like the snap of a finger. Here am I reflecting on the last few weeks of my stay in Geneva.

New ISQua Community of Practice: Learning about Improvement

By | Dec. 19, 2018 | 0

ISQua in association with the USAID ASSIST Project/ University Research Co., LLC (URC) will be launching a new Community of Practice in 2019 which will focus on Learning about Improvement.

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Applying Systems Thinking to Healthcare with David Vaughan

By | Dec. 14, 2018 | 0

We were delighted to host David Vaughan for our ISQua Fellowship Programme live webinar in December on the topic of Applying Systems Thinking to Healthcare.

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My Visit to the ISQua Office

By | Dec. 3, 2018 | 0

As ISQua President, I had the opportunity to spend 4 days in Dublin, November 12 – 15, at the ISQua office as well as meet with key colleagues with whom we work closely with.  This was an extremely informative and welcoming visit. 

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