With health care demands continuing to shift and evolve in the 21st century, it is becoming increasingly important for medical education and practice to place a particular focus on enhancing quality of care, in order to exceed patient expectations – and ultimately, improve outcomes.
That’s why we’re issuing an open, urgent call to all health systems leaders, healthcare providers and health professions educators to attend the Building the Bridge to Quality conference, September 28-29, 2016 in Niagara Falls, Canada.
This special two-day quality improvement and health professions education conference, held just prior to the 2016 International Conference on Residency Education (ICRE), is aimed at an interdisciplinary and interprofessional audience, and will bring together thought leaders, residents, frontline clinicians, policy makers and patients from around the world.
Together, participants will generate an actionable list of recommendations to guide the transformation of patient safety and quality improvement education.
If you are interested and invested in quality improvement in medical education, we want you to help establish the first steps towards a safer, more accountable health care system for everyone.
During Building the Bridge to Quality, participants will listen in on dynamic panels and plenaries, and join breakout groups facilitated by a number of international leaders in patient safety and QI
Registration closes on Friday September 9th