Quality Forum 2016 will take place February 24 – 26!
The Forum’s main two days of programming (February 25 & 26) will feature 56 sessions of presentations and interactive workshops that will cover a variety of topics related to improving quality across the continuum of care.
Two special field trips will take participants on an interactive, immersive excursion to get a brand-new perspective on quality improvement.
Take a look at our program to plan your Quality Forum itinerary.
The Quality Forum has sold out each year, and many sessions and special events have limited capacity, so register early to save your spot.
2016 Plenary Speakers
We can’t wait to hear what these three world-class plenaries have in store:
Jim Easton | Managing Director, Health Care, Care UK
With over 25 years of executive experience in the UK health care system, Jim was appointed as the Managing Director of Health Care for Care UK in February 2012. Care UK is innovating in new models of primary care and elective surgery across England. Jim was a plenary speaker at Quality Forum 2013 and we’re excited to have him back!
Lakshman Swamy | Internal Medicine Resident, Boston Medical Center
Lakshman has worked extensively with the Institute for Healthcare Improvement’s Open School, most recently as an alumni advisor, and is a co-chair for the organization’s 27th Annual National Forum on Quality Improvement in Health Care. He also created and directs Radio Rounds, a non-profit which features interviews with leaders in health care.
Cheryl Mitchell | Facilitator and Consultant, Organizational Development
With over 20 years of experience providing organizational systems solutions, Cheryl has designed and facilitated hundreds of group programs for thousands of participants. She is currently specializing in designing and facilitating multi-stakeholder collaborative processes to develop sustainable solutions to complex system issues.
Who Attends the Quality Forum?
Participants are physicians, nurses, pharmacists, allied health professionals and students. They work in academic, quality improvement, administrative and senior executive roles. They are patients. View a breakdown in the program guide from last year’s event.
This year we expect 900 participants!
You can watch videos, download presentations and check out photos from previous Forums at QualityForum.ca.
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At a Glance
Quality Forum 2016’s Objectives:
Inspire action to accelerate improvement in quality of care.
Create and strengthen connections and opportunities for collaboration across all areas of care.
Share effective strategies and leading practices to stimulate lasting change.