Netværksarrangement i Orlando ifm. IHI National Forum on Quality Improvement in Health Care

Adding value and reducing vaste 

 

IHI National Forum on Quality Improvement in Health Care afholdes hvert år i december i Orlando, Florida. Op mod 5.000 mennesker deltager i konferencen, og mange af dem er danskere!

 

Dansk Selskab for Patientsikkerhed (PS!) indgår i et strategisk partnerskab med IHI, der står bag National Forum. Igen i år inviterer PS! til et event for danskere, der deltager i National Forum. 

 

I år kan du møde Gill Smith, Innovation and Quality Improvement Lead fra Northern Health & Social Care Trust i Nordirland. Titlen på hendes oplæg er ”Adding value and reducing waste”.

 

Arrangementet er samtidig en mulighed for at netværke med andre danske sundhedspersoner, der deltager i dette centrale forum for kvalitets- og forbedringsarbejde. Alle er velkomne!

 

Arrangementet afholdes tirsdag den 10. december 2019 kl. 16.30-18.00 på Orlando World Center Marriott Resort & Convention Center. Information om eksakt mødelokale fremsendes pr. mail.

 

Deltagelse er gratis. Du tilmelder dig arrangementet her

 

Vi glæder til at se dig!

 

 

Med venlig hilsen 

Dansk Selskab for Patientsikkerhed

 

 

Gill Smith er en underholdende oplægsholder. Læs mere om hende her:

 

Gill Smith has leadership responsibility for the development and implementation of the NHSCT Strategy for Innovation and Quality Improvement (IQI), and she has a particular interest in Human Factors as a Human Factors trainer.  Gill’s career has been dedicated to leading large-scale modernisation/reform projects, with a strong emphasis on the application of quality improvement methodology to deliver results.  Gill has a long-standing connection with Institute of Healthcare Improvement (IHI), and is the Trust lead for membership of the IHI European Health Improvement Alliance – a collaborative of European partners working on areas of joint interest to improve population health.  Gill is also active leader in the development of QI infrastructure across Northern Ireland, and an IHI Fellow.