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The coronavirus pandemic is challenging health systems and societies. The measures for restricting interpersonal contact that are being taken are aimed at flattening the COVID-19 infection curve, to prevent the health system from being overwhelmed by a sudden increase in the number of those infected and to continue to provide the best possible care for all patients.
Thursday Apr 9th 2020 12:00 - 13:15 PM UTC+1
Special COVID-19 Live Webinar with Dr Sara Albolino and the WHO Collaborating Centre in Human Factors and Communication for the Delivery of Safe and Quality care, Florence.
Seattle Children Hospital's Interim Chief Medical Officer and leader of the hospital's COVID Emergency Command Center, Dr Ruth McDonald, Medical Director of Infection Prevention, Dr Danielle Zerr and Physician Director of Safety Event Review, Dr. Kristina Toncray joined us to discuss COVID-19 from a pediatrics point of view.
ISQua's Learning about Improvement Community of Practice was delighted to host Helen Crisp for her virtual session on 'Learning from Measurements in Improvement' on 27th March 2020.
As 1st April 2020 dawned in Australia, I realised it was April Fool’s day. But it wasn’t pranks from my children, friends or colleagues that I was immediately on alert about. It was what everyone does these days, in this era of the coronavirus.
Two of the top improvement guru's, Prof Jason Leitch and Dr Dominique Allwood, joined us for a live Q&A about the UK's national response to COVID-19.
Professor Walter Ricciardi, coordinator of the Italian Scientific Committee for COVID19 joined us on 1st April for ISQua's COVID-19 Webinar series and spoke on the current epidemic, its effect on the healthcare system and looking to the future.
In this very difficult moment, where we are trying our best to support our healthcare system, and especially the clinicians at the sharp end, we would like to share what we are experiencing and a bit of the knowledge related to the way we are facing this situation.
Join us on Thursday, 2nd April at 4pm UTC+1 for a live webinar with Seattle Children Hospital's Interim Chief Medical Officer and leader of the hospital's COVID Emergency Command Center, Dr Ruth McDonald, and Medical Director of Infection Prevention, Dr Danielle Zerr.