6 Aug 2012
Health care professionals looking for fresh inspiration and solutions to age-old health quality and safety challenges are urged to register for next month’s Asia Pacific (APAC) Forum in Auckland.
The forum, which runs from 19 to 21 September in Auckland, brings together hundreds of health care leaders from around the world in one location to share expertise, insights and new ways of delivering health care.
Organised by the Institute for Health Care Improvement (IHI) and Ko Awatea, and supported by the Health Quality & Safety Commission, the conference is a chance to learn from people at the forefront of health care and to discuss issues relevant to the Asia Pacific region.
It’s about discovering new perspectives and making new connections – and returning to your role in New Zealand’s health care system reinvigorated and focused on quality and safety improvement.
The deadline for early bird registrations for the conference has been extended to 10 August – so get in quick to keep your costs down!
To find out more about the forum and to enrol for this event, click here.