Our recommendations for improvement leaders
Some of the programme will be of specific interest to those leading quality improvement (QI) at organisational, system or national level. They will tackle key challenges such as workforce, as well as look deeper into new methodologies to support scale and the spread of change.
All sessions below are targeted at those with leadership roles in improvement and will include opportunities to meet practitioners from different types of organisations and countries across the world. Our recommendations include a mixture of workshop and lecture-based content.
Monday 20 June 2022
This is a must-attend workshop that will expose you to advanced leadership thinking and strategies. You will hear from Amar Shah from East London NHS Foundation Trust in England who will talk about moving away from QI being an add-on, to truly embedding it within daily work.
You will also benefit from Virginia Mason’s twenty-year experience in developing leaders who can lead large, complex change. Gary S. Kaplan and Wendy Korthuis-Smith from Virginia Mason Franciscan Health will share a framework and tools for developing system leaders.
Tuesday 21 June 2022
There will be an invitation-only meet up for QI leaders taking place on the second day of the International Forum (Tuesday). Further details, including how to apply for a place, will be added to this page shortly.
Other recommended sessions include:
Join this session with Selina Stephen to understand the main learning points from Scotland’s pandemic communications and be able to then translate this learning into practical use for your own improvement work.
Wednesday 22 June 2022
This panel discussion with Amar Shah and Pedro Delgado will focus on the development of a framework to help your organisation and Board focus on all aspects of quality. International experts will answer questions and lead a robust discussion about the future of quality leadership.
Join this workshop and find out how to practically provide support to teams to generate and nurture effective safety culture.
Why join us in Gothenburg
Covid-19 placed unprecedented stress on healthcare systems across the globe, with the recovery of people and healthcare services one of the biggest challenges faced by leaders.
Join us in Gothenburg to have the chance to:
- Explore the role of QI in post-pandemic recovery
- Hear insights about using QI to address complex problems and large scale change programmes
- Learn about communication that inspires positive behaviour
- Understand and support effective safety culture in teams, organisations and systems
- Find networks to exchange strategies with and to drive improvements in safety, quality and experience of care.