Watch recorded sessions from Amsterdam

The live stream

We will be live streaming all presentations from the main stage at the Amsterdam RAI Exhibition and Convention Centre, between Thursday 03 and Friday 04 May. The broadcast is publicly available and streaming starts on Thursday, 03 May, with the Welcome and Opening of the International Forum at 09:00 CEST followed by the first keynote of the event commencing at 09:30 CEST.

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 “Amsterdam 2018”:
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Streaming schedule

All times below are Dutch time (CEST).

Thursday 3 May 2018

Keynote 1: How to move from fixed to growth mindset
Ann Batenburg, Clinical Associate Professor, Southern Methodist University; USA
Ian Leistikow, MD PhD, Senior Inspector, Dutch Health and Youth Care Inspectorate; Professor at Erasmus School of Health Policy & Management, Erasmus University Rotterdam; The Netherlands
Manvir Victor, Chairman, Patients for Patient Safety, Malaysia & Patient Advocate
Anne P.J. De Pagter, Fellow Pediatric Hematology, Erasmus MC Rotterdam
Desiree Hairwassers, Patient advocate
Wim Helbing Visiting Professor and Division Chief, Pediatric Cardiology, Erasmus MC
#qfk1 #quality2018

A2: Using design thinking with patients in mind
Liz Lamb, Quality, safety and accreditation leader, Surgical services, BC Children’s Hospital, Provincial Health Services Authority; Canada
Ingeborg Griffioen, Owner and Innovation Manager Panton, Deventer; The Netherlands
#qfa2 #quality2018

B6: Optimizing patient flow by reducing variability and aligning capacity with demand
Sandeep Green Vaswani, Senior Vice President, Institute for Healthcare Optimization; USA
Andrea Jamieson, National Improvement Advisor, The 6 Essential Actions for Improving Unscheduled Care National Programme, The Scottish Government; Scotland
Helen Maitland, Director of Unscheduled Care, The Scottish Government; Scotland
#qfb6 #quality2018

C7: Quality cost and value – the business case for QI
Amar Shah, Associate Medical Director for QI and Consultant Forensic Psychiatrist, East London NHS Foundation Trust; UK
James Innes, Associate Director of Quality Improvement, East London NHS Foundation Trust; UK
#qfc7 #quality2018

Friday 4 May

Keynote 3: Caitlyn Jenner
Caitlyn Jenner, Former Olympic Athlete, Transgender Activist and author of New York Times bestselling memoir, The Secrets of My Life; USA
#qfk3 #quality2018

D2: How leaders and healthcare professionals can transform healthcare culture together
Henry Otero, Executive and Transformation Sensei, Virginia Mason Institute; USA
Anita Pedersen, Risk Manager, Zealand University Hospital; Denmark
#qfd2 #quality2018

E3: Quality improvement at national level – two Scandinavian models for better health
Anders Vege, Head of section for Quality Improvement, Norwegian Institute of Public Health; Norway
Robert S Kristiansson, Chief Medical Officer, Hoh, Region Uppsala; Sweden
Ulrika Elmroth; Project Manager, SALAR; Sweden
Stina Arvidsson Gäre, Region Uppsala; Sweden
#qfe3 #quality2018

F6: Finding and creating joy in work
Derek Feeley, CEO, President, Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI); USA
Amar Shah, Associate Medical Director for QI and Consultant Forensic Psychiatrist, East London NHS Foundation Trust; UK
Jessica Perlo, Director, IHI Open School; USA
#qff6 #quality2018

Keynote 4 – Quality goes global at last: three guiding reports soon to arrive
Donald M Berwick, MD, MPP, President Emeritus and Senior Fellow, Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI); Former Administrator, Centres for Medicare and Medicaid Services; USA
#qfk4 #quality2018