Who should attend the International Forum in New Delhi

The International Forum in New Delhi is designed for healthcare professionals and leaders who are concerned with improving healthcare practices and the quality of care in their organisations, and nationwide, for the purpose of improving outcomes for patients and communities.

Improvement involves everyone

The conference will discuss projects and showcase real life experiences from around the region and beyond to allow attendees to learn from them and take away ideas they can implement in their own organisation too.

Attendees to the conference will be working across all levels in the private and public sector.

Quality improvement is an approach that allows an individual, team or organisation to improve performance by identifying and eliminating poor quality in any aspect of service delivery. Commitment to quality improvement creates a culture in which constant evaluation and innovation thrives. One of the principles of creating a culture in which continuous quality improvement flourishes is that it should involve staff at all levels.

Organisations that should attend

Public and private organisations in South Asia and beyond, such as:

  • Primary care practices and centres
  • Hospitals
  • Specialty care centres
  • Multispeciality clinics
  • Alternative healthcare clinics
  • Community care centers
  • Local, regional, state-based organisations
  • Home health organisations
  • Government agencies
  • Academic practices/University hospitals

Attendees

  • Doctors/Physicians
  • Nurses and nurse practitioners
  • Medical assistants
  • Primary and speciality care doctors/physicians
  • Trainee doctors
  • Consultants
  • Care assistants and coordinators
  • Healthcare administrators
  • Medical directors¬†
  • Team managers/healthcare managers
  • Quality improvement leaders, managers and advisers
  • Chief Executives and other C-level executives
  • Department leads e.g. Nursing Directors, Heads of Surgery, etc.
  • Home healthcare providers
  • Patients and patient advocates
  • Students and faculty
  • Pharmacists