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International Forum on Quality & Safety in Healthcare

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Who should attend?

GPs/Physicians Junior Doctors and Trainees Healthcare managers and leaders Consultants Allied health professionals C-level Nurses Pharmacists


Scotland is a leading nation in the global movement for Quality Improvement, and this year's programme is an exciting opportunity to experience first hand how teams across the nation are making a meaningful difference to the outcomes of their patients, as well as hearing from inspirational projects from across the world. 

The agenda will feature speakers from over 20 different countries and cover core issues such as equity in healthcare, balancing quality with value and how to identify and avoid errors, as well as tools for empowering your workforce, scaling up improvement and co-producing care with patients. We'll also be thinking about healthcare beyond the hospital, and how the movement for quality and safety links in with education, environment and social care.

Every year we have hundreds of displays demonstrating a wide range of improvement and safety projects implemented in local, national or global settings. To submit to our Call for Posters please visit our website. The deadline is 6th November 2018.


All delegates can take advantage of our Early Bird discount running until 29 January 2019. Prices vary depending on which ticket type you select. There are discounts available for groups, students, and residents of lower middle income countries and lower income countries.


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