QI Connect - Learn... Share... Innovate

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Established by Healthcare Improvement Scotland in 2014, our QI Connect global webinar series puts you in touch with international leaders in Quality Improvement across health and social care.

A free, monthly, one hour WebEx session that allows you to learn from wherever you are - all you need is a computer, internet access and a telephone. Each session is designed to be highly interactive, allowing you to post questions to the speaker and reflect on your learning with colleagues around the world who share your passion for improving patient care.

Sound good? Our data does too. We had 10 AMAZING speakers on our 2014 programme and… we have another 10 AMAZING speakers lined up in 2015! We now have 42 countries linking in - that translates to over 200 organisations around the world, including 24 universities (from Dundee to Harvard!) QI Connect is also included as an approved resource within the International Society for Quality in Healthcare (ISQua)'s Fellowship programme and recommended through the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI)'s Open School.

Our next WebEx is on 26 March, 4-5 pm with Professor Bob Wachter - voted one of the 50 most influential physician-executives in the U.S. for the past 7 years, Professor Wachter is considered to be a leading voice in relation to patient safety and e-health.

QI Connect is open to anyone interested in learning more about Quality Improvement and networking with colleagues from other countries.

What more could you ask for? Well, how about a QI Connect CPD e-certificate that includes space for reflective learning and is easily uploaded to the online appraisal system?

Go on then! Oh... and, did we mention it's FREE and super FUN!

If that doesn’t all strike you as FAB… then let us know how else we can improve. It’s all about continuous learning after all.

Quote: “The QI Connect series is really helpful, the ultimate in distance learning. QI Connect allows busy front-line practitioners to engage in high quality, stimulating debate, maximising time efficiency and for those who miss the real time event they can catch up through the recording provided.” Session attendee.

To find out more, and register for our next session, visit our website: http://www.healthcareimprovementscotland.org/our_work/clinical_engagement/qi_connect.aspx
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