CEO Update

CEO Update

We are now over half way through the year and moving closer and closer to our annual Conference in Kuala Lumpur in September.

 

As I am sure you know, we offer early bird rates for delegates who register before 4th July, and as members, you receive even more of a discount.

 

Why should you travel to Kuala Lumpur for #ISQua2018? I have 5 reasons for you:

 

Insights from Experts

  • Over 250 health care quality and safety leaders have been invited to speak and present at our 2018 Conference.

Connections and Networks

  • By attending ISQua 35th International Conference you will have direct access to an international community of key health care and patient safety experts. Meet up with friends or colleagues and make new acquaintances and connections.

New Perspectives

  • Take home new perspectives, ideas and plans for your organisations. ISQua offers multiple session types, from 90 minute in-depth talks to fifteen-minute flash presentations to innovative e-posters.

Registration Discounts

  • We offer discounts of up to 70% off our registration fees for delegates from low & lower-middle income countries. Discounts are also available for members and Malaysian locals.

Be in the know!

  • Looking after the 'second victim', climate change & health, inequalities in health, tackling NCDs, we cover the topics that matter most to the healthcare industry.

And then of course, there's Kuala Lumpur!

LonelyPlanet describes it best (https://www.lonelyplanet.com/malaysia/kuala-lumpur): 

 

I would love to see each one of you in Kuala Lumpur in September!

ISQua's Strategic Goals for 2018 - 2020

When ISQua's Board met in March 2018 they redesigned and rebuilt our strategy for the next three years. The strategies are inter-dependent with a common purpose, and person-centred care at the core.

 

As a membership organisation, ISQua aims to increase the network of Members worldwide with a focus on developing benefits for Members so they are supported in their efforts to innovate, transform, develop and improve safe person-centred care.

 

The four core aims are to:

  • Build on our foundation and our success
  • Develop interventions for improving quality and safety
  • Develop programmes and expand impact in all regions
  • Maintain develop and foster strategic partnerships

To achieve this, we will be bold, focus on our customers and Members, develop new business models and cultivate existing and new partnerships.

 

The full strategy can be downloaded here: