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Quality Forum

Quality Forum 2017 will take place on March 1-3, 2017!

The Quality Forum’s main two days of programming will take place on March 2 & 3, 2017! Add these dates to your calendar.

The Forum will feature presentations and interactive workshops on a variety of topics related to improving quality across the continuum of care. They’re a mix of content that the event’s Steering Committee felt should be showcased as well as presentations and storyboards chosen though our Call for Abstracts.

Participants will again be able to go on field trips, so that they can learn lessons from other industries that are applicable to health care. Plenary presentations, a debate and a storyboard reception will bring participants together to learn, to be entertained, and to be inspired. There are sure to be a few surprises, too!

All told, the Quality Forum is a great opportunity to learn new skills and strategies, discuss opportunities and challenges, and network with others interested in improving health care in British Columbia.

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. In total, over 950 people will attend the main two days of Quality Forum.

You can watch videos, download presentations and check out photos from previous Forums at QualityForum.ca.

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Call for Abstracts

Want to share your work with over 950 attendees who are passionate about improving health care? Submit an abstract to Quality Forum 2017! You may choose to deliver a rapid fire presentation or display a storyboard on any topic related to providing better care for patients. The deadline for submissions is September 9.

Check out our Call for Abstracts poster, or submit an abstract here.

Quality Forum 2017's Objectives

Ignite action to improve quality of care for patients and providers;

Create and strengthen connections and collaboration across all areas of care; and

Share effective strategies and leading practices to stimulate and sustain improvement.


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