The largest conference in the Arab world dedicated to healthcare quality improvement and patient safety is expected to gather more than 3,000 healthcare leaders and practitioners from Qatar and across the region.
The Middle East Forum on Quality and Safety in Healthcare 2023 will be held from March 16 to 19 in Doha. The hybrid event is being hosted by Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC), in collaboration with the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI).
The annual conference’s this year theme is ‘Healthcare Resilience in Extraordinary Times’, and it will focus on improvement science, person-centred care, flow, safety and value improvement, Leadership, Resilience and Sustainability and Population Health, HMC has announced.
“By popular demand, the abstract submission deadline (for the Forum) has been extended until January 14,” HMC said on its official twitter page.
With an unrivalled line-up of international and local experts this year’s forum will connect both in-person and virtually nurses, quality leaders, healthcare administrators, hospital executives, patient and family advisers and other allied health professionals.
“The Middle East Forum on Quality & Safety in Healthcare is one of the region’s leading gatherings where healthcare professionals can learn about tools and methodologies that have been successfully implemented in leading healthcare institutions around the world,” the organisers have said.
According to organisers, the 2023 forum will also provide a stimulating and inspiring setting for healthcare professionals to meet, learn and share knowledge with the collective aim to improve the quality and safety of care for the patients and communities.
Professionals attending the forum will be able to advance their knowledge of healthcare improvement by learning from international experts and get inspired by expert speakers from around the world and from Qatar.
They will also experience exceptional opportunities to network with hundreds of other committed healthcare professionals from Qatar, the region and beyond; experience unique learning formats, including “field trips” to see how what you have learned is applied in real life; join healthcare leaders and practitioners to discuss ways to collaboratively improve outcomes for patients and communities relevant to the Arab world and beyond.
The participants will also discover innovative yet practical new ways to promote safety, person-centred care and improvement, learn about real and effective, evidence-based solutions to apply in the workplace and earn Department of Healthcare Professions (DHP) approved Continuing Professional Development (CPD) credit hours.