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International Forum on Quality & Safety in Healthcare (Europe) 2021

Te Tāhū Hauora Health Quality & Safety Commission
09 June 2021  - 11 June 2021
9:00 AM  - 5:00 PM

The International Forum on Quality & Safety in Healthcare showcases internationally-recognised keynotes and addresses regional needs, bringing together the best international learning. The conference programme is developed in close partnership with regional strategic partners.

The event aims to bring together health care professionals who share a concern and a passion for improving quality and safety in health care, to provide the opportunity for health care professionals to publish their work as a poster or to be a speaker, to share and learn best practices, meet peers and build international connections.

Call for posters

The call for posters is open until 13 April 2021, more information is available on the conference website:

International forums going virtual in 2021

For the first time, in 2021 you can join one or more of the virtual international forums (Europe, Australasia and Asia) by taking advantage of the packages for multiple attendances. Join two or all three forums and receive 20 percent off your second ticket price, plus a further 30 percent off your third.

The three international forums taking place in 2021 will focus on the key themes in quality improvement and patient safety, beyond the pandemic. We will discuss these themes throughout the year and consider different regional perspectives.

The virtual conferences will help you keep connected, continue learning throughout the year and hear, as well as share, different viewpoints and evidence.

More information is available on the conference website:

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