Watch recorded sessions from London

The live stream

We will be live streaming all presentations from the main stage at London ExCel, between Thursday 27 and Friday 28 April. The broadcast is publicly available and streaming starts on Thursday, 27 April, with the Welcome and Opening of the International Forum at 09:00 BST followed by the first keynote of the event commencing at 09:15 BST.

All streamed sessions will remain available after the end of the International Forum to watch on demand at any time.

See the schedule for all sessions which will be streamed below.

How to watch - alternative platforms

You can watch the broadcast on this page,  directly on our Livestream channel or on any of the free Livestream apps by searching for “London 2017”:
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Streaming schedule

All times below are UK time (BST).

Thursday 27 April

09:00-09:15
Welcome and opening of the International Forum
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09:15-10:30
K1: Keynote 1: International Quality and Safety – where are we now and where are we going to?
Donald M. Berwick, MD, MPP, President Emeritus and Senior Fellow, Institute for Healthcare Improvement; Former Administrator, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services; USA
Lord Ara Darzi, Professor of Surgery at Institute of Cancer Research, Imperial College, London; England
Facilitators:
Anya de Iongh, Self Management Coach and Patient Leader
Margaret Murphy, External Lead Advisor, WHO Patients for Patient Safety Programme
#qfk1 #quality2017

11:00-12:15
A7: “QI is a journey, not a destination” – How Leaders Navigate the Way
Hugh McCaughey, Chief Executive, South Eastern Health and Social Care Trust, Northern Ireland
Jocelyn Harpur, Clinical Specialist, Speech and Language Therapist, Adult Services South Eastern HSC Trust, Northern Ireland
#qfa7 #quality2017

13:15-14:30
B3: Restoring joy in work and preventing burnout: an IHI framework for joy
Stephen Swensen, Medical Director, Leadership and Organization Development Mayo Clinic; USA
Derek Feeley, President and CEO, Institute for Healthcare Improvement; USA
Jessica Perlo, Network Director, IHI Open School; USA
#qfb3 #quality2017

15:00-16:00
C5: Building Capacity and Capability: The Really BIG Challenge!
Dave Williams, Executive Director and Improvement Advisor, Institute for Healthcare Improvement; USA
Amar Shah, Associate Medical Director for Quality Improvement, East London NHS Foundation Trust; England
#qfc5 #quality2017

16:15-17:15
K2: Keynote 2: Patient Innovators
Sara Riggare, PhD student, Karolinska Institutet and selfcare expert; Sweden
Tim Omer, Diabetes advocate and hacker; England
Yogesh Jain, Public Health Physician and Pediatrician, Jan Swasthya Sahyog (People’s Health Support Group), Chhattisgarh; India
Facilitator:
Cristin Lind, Facilitator, Patient Leader and Patient-Professional Partnership Facilitator, Quality Register Centre, Stockholm County Council and Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden
#qfk2 #quality2017

 

Friday 28 April

09:10-09:30
Friday morning opening
An opening performance from East London NHS Foundation Trust (ELFT).
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09:30-10:30
K3: Keynote 3: Three curves and seven stories
Derek Feeley, President and CEO, Institute for Healthcare Improvement; USA
Jason Leitch, National Clinical Director, The Scottish Government; Scotland
#qfk3 #quality2017

11:00-12:15
D8: Living dangerously: Lessons from Sir Ranulph Fiennes’ life at the edge (available as a live stream but not as a recorded session post-event due to speaker’s request)
Ranulph Fiennes, ‘World’s Greatest Living Explorer’
#qfd8 #quality2017

13:15-14:30
E6: Designing a system of safety
Frank Federico, Vice President and Senior Safety Expert, Institute for Healthcare Improvement; USA
Anthony Staines, Patient Safety Program Director, Hospital Federation of Vaud; Switzerland
#qfe6 #quality2017

15:00-16:00
F1: Perfectly designed. Building Capability and Leadership for a sustainable future
Joy Whitlock, Quality and Safety Improvement Manager, Cardiff and Vale University Health Board; Wales
Ruth Walker, Executive Director of Nursing, Cardiff and Vale University Health Board; Wales
#qff1 #quality2017