Watch selected recordings from the virtual International Forum Australasia 2021

A number of sessions from the virtual International Forum on Quality and Safety in Healthcare Australasia 2021 were streamed live on Livestream.

You may watch these on this landing page or directly on Livestream.

Watch the recordings on Livestream

The live stream

We streamed live a number of sessions from the virtual International Forum, which took place between Wednesday 8 – Friday 10 September 2021.

The recordings are publicly available – there is no need to sign in.

You can watch the recordings on this page, directly on our Livestream channel or on any of the free Livestream apps by searching for “Australasia 2021”:

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The Livestream programme


09:30-10:30 | Keynote 1: How has the pandemic changed improvement? (Donald M. Berwick, Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI); USA)

12:15-13:00 | B1: Rapid innovation: key lessons from the pandemic response

13:15-14:00 | L2: Resilience in Health: an approach to bending, not breaking, as a health professional

15:30-16:30 | Keynote 2: Enriching older Australians’ lives through improved aged (social) care – a transformation journey (Janet Anderson, Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission; Australia)


09:15-10:15 | Keynote 3: Hugh McCaughey in conversation with Vlad Voiculescu (Vlad Voiculescu, Former Minister of Health of Romania; Romania and Hugh McCaughey, National Director of Improvement for NHS England; England)

12:45-13:30 | L5: Evolving from quality improvement to quality innovation

13:15-14:00 | E1: Influencing a safety culture in Aotearoa New Zealand

15:30-16:30 | Keynote 4: Human performance perfected. Saving lives made easy: how to revolutionise healthcare (Anthony Lock, Royal Perth and Bentley Hospitals; Australia)


09:45-10:45 | Keynote 5: Emergence (Kedar Mate, MD, Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI); USA)

11:00-11:45 | G1: The many faces of collaboration

14:15-15:30 | J1: Essential elements for achieving quality improvements at scale: learning from Australian maternity collaboratives

15:45-16:30 | Keynote 6: Social justice and health equity: build back fairer (Michael Marmot, Institute of Health Equity, UCL Department of Epidemiology and Public Health, England)