The International Forum on Quality and Safety in Healthcare
The International Forum in the Asia Pacific Region showcases internationally recognised keynotes and addresses regional needs, bringing the best of international learning to the region.
The event aims to bring together healthcare professionals who share a concern and a passion for improving quality and safety in healthcare, to provide the opportunity for healthcare professionals to publish their work as a poster or to be a speaker, to share and learn best practices, meet peers and build international connections.
We look forward to meeting in June 2021 to connect improvers in the Asia Pacific region and beyond, share examples of innovation in times of adversity, and leave inspired to move forward stronger and more connected than ever before.
Call for Speakers ends soon
With typically over 1,500 face to face attendees, our International Forum in the Asia Pacific presents a unique opportunity to share your improvement work with an audience that can make a real difference.
If you are a dynamic speaker keen to showcase an innovative project, run an interactive workshop or inspire a new way of thinking, then submit your proposal to speak at Sydney 2021 either face to face or remotely.
Now more than ever, our delegates are looking to hear about successes, challenges and key learnings from the international healthcare community.
Call for Speakers is open until 7 October 2020.
Options to attend the International Forum Sydney 2021
While we are hopeful that this International Forum will be able to take place as a face to face conference, we are mindful of the continuing challenges posed by COVID-19, and as such we will be providing the opportunity to attend virtually in addition to the option of attending in person.
2020 has proven to be a very difficult year due to COVID-19 and we, alongside many others, had to adapt to the new normal brought in by the pandemic so that we continue to offer you the opportunities, learning and experiences that our delegates expect from us.
We will keep you updated as we finalise our plans over the next couple of months.
In the meantime, registration for face to face attendance is open and Early Bird rates remain available.
Early Bird registration is available until 14 April 2021
Highlights from Taipei 2019
Our fifth International Forum in the Asia Pacific region brought together over 1,300 delegates from over 35 countries, who shared their successes, goals and ambitions in improving healthcare practices and patient outcomes.
We had six exciting visits to exceptional organisations across Taipei and discovered how they deliver outstanding care first-hand. We also had inspiring addresses from the Vice President of Republic of China (Taiwan) and from healthcare and industry leaders from around the world.
A few reasons to join us at Sydney 2021
With a programme which includes keynote presentations, breakout sessions, experience days and special events, the International Forum Sydney 2021 will continue to empower and encourage progress in healthcare quality improvement and patient safety.
- Get inspired by leading figures in the global quality improvement movement
- Find answers to burning questions and ideas to solve your current challenges
- Connect to like-minded colleagues and learn from initiatives from around the world
- Discuss how you can apply lessons from other industries to improve practices in healthcare
International Forum Copenhagen, 2-6 November 2020
Our International Forum on Quality and Safety in Healthcare in Europe is one of the world’s largest conferences for healthcare professionals committed to improving patient care and safety, with over 3,400 delegates from 70+ countries attending the latest conference in Glasgow, Scotland, in March 2019.
We are very excited to present this 2020 International Forum as a virtual conference on 2-6 November 2020 to ensure that we stay connected, continue to share best practice and come up with practical solutions during this most difficult time. Early Bird registration is open until 19 October.