String Theory and Networks
    Earlier this month I was invited to speak at the 5th APAC Forum in Sydney.  The forum organised by Ko Awatea which is an innovative organisation leading in improvement and transformation of healthcare services.  The theme of the forum was 'Exploring New Frontiers’ and there were three exceptional days of learning.
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NEW: Launch of pilot ISQua/RCPI QI Scholar in Residence Programme

We are pleased to announce the launch of a pilot Quality Improvement (QI) Scholar in Residence Programme, a joint initiative between the International Society for Quality in Healthcare (ISQua) and the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland (RCPI).

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Workshop for Quality Improvement and Patient Safety held in Mozambique

The Ministry of Health, Mozambique (MISAU) and the Health Service Executive, Ireland (HSE) organised a workshop on quality improvement and patient safety from 15 - 19 August 2016 in Maputo, in collaboration with Irish Aid and ISQua. As CEO of ISQua and Co-Director of the Leadership and Quality Programme in Ireland, Peter Lachman was asked to facilitate the workshop.

This workshop was the first step in an ambitious eight-month plan of training for sustainable capacity development in Quality Improvement (QI) in Mozambique.

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Advance Care Planning (ACP) and its relevance to ISQua
  What is ACP?

ACP is a process of planning for future health and personal care whereby the person’s values, beliefs and preferences are made known so they can guide decision-making at a future time when that person cannot make or communicate his or her decisions.”

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Conference Updates - Tokyo
Attending the Conference? Don't forget your App!

Our quest to enhance the Conference experience for our attendees, exhibitors, and speakers is never-ending. We're really proud of this year's app and hope that you like it too!

Here are just a few benefits and reasons why you don’t want to miss out on the app:

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Conference Awards
    Each year, as part of our International Conference, we acknowledge and celebrate the achivements of individuals and organisations who have taken part in our programmes during the year.

This can range from Organisations who have achieved accreditation through our International Accreditation Programme (IAP), to our new ISQua Fellows, and to the authors whose posters most impressed during the conference.

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Scholarship Recipients

Each year, as part of our Offical Relations with the World Health Organization, ISQua and WHO provide Scholarships for a selection of 'leaders' from developing countries, countries with economies in transition or those who work within patient advocacy organisations. Thirteen healthcare professionals (listed below) will each receive a four day scientific registration for ISQua's 33rd International Conference, in Tokyo.

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