Person-Centred Care
Community of Practice

The Person Centred Care Community of Practice has grown out of the Advisory Forum and Advisory Committee on Partnerships with Patients. The Community brings together patient representatives, advocates and practitioners with an interest in person centred care, to discuss issues affecting care and quality of service. As with ISQua's other Communities of Practice, the group meets online every 6 weeks. A second function of the group is to advise the ISQua Board on relevant matters from the patient's perspective.

ISQua has placed the patient's voice at the centre of its strategy for the coming years and is committed to the development of patient led research and publication.

Anyone who is interested in becoming part of this Community is asked to contact Caitriona Curran ( for more information.

We are currently offering a number of scholarship opportunities - become an ISQua Member & Fellow; attend our annual Conference, or represent at our Conference as a Patient Advocate.