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Quality improvement scientific symposium 2022

  • Event start: 6 Apr 2022 9:00am
  • Event end: 6 Apr 2022 4:30pm
  • Location: Rydges Latimer Christchurch, 30 Latimer Square, Christchurch

Postponement date confirmed

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 restrictions, a decision has been made to postpone the Quality improvement scientific symposium

The new date is 6 April 2022. All registrations will be transferred to the new date. 

We thank you for your ongoing understanding as we adjust and respond to these challenging times and continue with our commitment to providing the symposium in-person.

The Health Quality & Safety Commission is hosting its 7th annual scientific symposium for health care quality improvement practitioners. 

This year’s theme, ‘Whakahohe, whiria te muka tangata | Recharge, inspire and connect’, focuses on taking time to connect with your colleagues to reflect on the inspirational work done over the past 18 months in an environment with a high degree of uncertainty and complexity.

Recharge your enthusiasm and ignite inspiration by sharing knowledge and wisdom of quality improvement across all fields of health care.

Participants will:

  • share what has been learned from applying scientific methods to health care improvement
  • network with like-minded colleagues
  • discuss challenges in applying and disseminating scientific approaches to health care improvement
  • create a common understanding of how to apply and disseminate scientific methods to improve health and health care underpinned by Te Tiriti o Waitangi.

Who should attend?

Anybody interested in quality improvement methodology in health care.

Expected date the programme gets released

November 2021

Cost

$120 + GST per person

Pre-symposium tour of Waipapa, Christchurch Hospital

Join a guided tour of the new Christchurch Hospital building, Waipapa, which opened in November 2020. It is the south island’s largest hospital building and is home to many of Canterbury DHB acute services. It has been built to IL4 (Importance Level 4) standards, the highest level for a building designated to an essential facility that needs to be up and running after a disaster.

Tuesday, 5 April 2022
4pm - 5pm
Guests must check in at 3.45pm

*Conditions apply

Attendees will get an tour of the new building in groups of ten. The visit is limited to 30 symposium delegates and availability is on a first-come, first-served basis. A minimum of ten attendees is required for the tour to go ahead. 

Book your spot on the tour when you register for the symposium.

Registration

Individual registration:  https://hqsc.eventsair.com/qiss2021/ind

Group registration: https://hqsc.eventsair.com/qiss2021/grpreg

More information

For more information, head to the symposium's website or email events@hqsc.govt.nz.

 

 

Last updated 27/10/2021