The International Forum in New Delhi
The International Forum in New Delhi is a new premium event that will inspire and energise the movement for healthcare improvement in South Asia.
The conference will give a chance to healthcare professionals to hear internationally recognised keynotes and it will bring the best of international learning, high quality training and education in quality improvement to the region. The conference programme will be developed in close partnership with regional strategic partners to ensure that it addresses local needs.
Another big focus of the event will be to increase the awareness of the improvement work that is happening in the region. This will be done via the poster displays and abstract presentations, the programme and the BMJ Awards South Asia which will take place on the evening before the International Forum – Friday, 3 July 2020.
The full website for the International Forum in New Delhi will be launched on 4 September 2019.
What to expect in New Delhi
With a two-day programme which includes keynote speakers, breakout sessions and special events, International Forum New Delhi 2020 will empower and encourage active involvement in shaping the future of healthcare in the region:
- Get inspired by hearing from leading figures in the global Quality Improvement movement
- Connect with like-minded colleagues and learn from projects and experiences from around the world
- Hear lessons from outside of healthcare
- Find an idea to answer your existing challenge in our poster displays and presentations
Dates for your diary
We invite you to New Delhi to connect with your colleagues and to learn from leaders who will present key initiatives in improving quality and safety for patients.
Dates for your diary:
- Call for Abstracts opens 4 September 2019
- Registration opens October 2019
- Full programme announced October 2019
- The conference takes place 4-5 July 2020
The International Forum on Quality and Safety in Healthcare
The International Forum on Quality and Safety in Healthcare has a rich history of supporting and energising the international movement for healthcare improvement. The International Forum connects healthcare leaders and practitioners worldwide to improve outcomes for patients and communities.
From 300 people meeting in London in 1996 to a collective total of over 4400 people attending the International Forum events every year now, the event has grown to become the place to hear and meet some of the world’s brightest minds and to forge relationships that drive improvement and innovation across the world. Attended by over 3250 delegates, the spring leg of the event is now one of the largest conferences for healthcare professionals committed to improving patient care and safety.
In 2020 the International Forum will celebrate 25 years of inspiring healthcare improvement throughout the world.
This event is jointly organised by the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) and BMJ. The ambition of both organisations is to improve healthcare and outcomes for patients and communities. This event will bring together healthcare professionals in the region who share a concern and a passion for improving quality and safety in healthcare.
Who we are
The International Forum is sustained by an international network of quality improvement organisations and leaders. Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) is a leading innovator in health and health care improvement worldwide.
BMJ is one of the leading healthcare knowledge providers in the world.
The Forum has as its mission to support the movement for healthcare improvement. It aims to improve outcomes for patients and communities, provide practical ideas that can be implemented in the workplace, promote research into quality and safety improvement, foster effective innovation, and connect healthcare leaders and practitioners worldwide.
- Improve outcomes for patients and communities
- Provide practical ideas that can be implemented in the workplace
- Build coalitions to inspire understanding between healthcare organisations
- Foster effective innovation
- Promote research into quality and safety improvement
- Gather the evidence needed to support local improvement
- Connect healthcare leaders and practitioners worldwide
- Translate concern about the quality and safety of care into effective action