IHI International Forum 2017

Follow us at the Forum

Follow @online_his  and hashtag #Quality2017 for all the latest news and updates

International Forum on Quality and Safety in Healthcare

Date: 26-28 April 2017
Location: London

The annual IHI/BMJ International Forum supports the worldwide movement to improve healthcare and is host to healthcare innovators from around the globe.

This year’s event takes place in London, where 3000 delegates from 80 countries will meet, learn, share local knowledge and recognise accomplishments in improving quality and safety for patients and communities across the world.

Healthcare Improvement Scotland is delighted to be participating in this year’s event. We look forward to sharing our work on the international stage and learning from others involved in actively shaping the future of healthcare improvement.

Follow our involvement at the Forum

Visit Stand 20 in the exhibition hall

We will be presenting our work and ideas at the NHSScotland stand (Stand 20). The stand is jointly hosted by Healthcare Improvement Scotland, NHS Education for Scotland and the Scottish Government, and highlights Scotland’s work in quality improvement and patient safety. If you are attending the Forum, be sure to pay us a visit to find out more about our work.

Attend our sessions

We are proud to have speakers presenting at the Forum. Details can be found in the table below, or visit the exhibition stand for more information.

Date Session name Speaker
28 April 2017 E4: Bridging the gap - reducing inequalities between physical and mental health care Johnathan MacLennan
28 April 2017 F5: Can we really learn from the past?

Dr Brian Robson

Poster presentations

We are taking key learning experiences relating to our work to the Forum in the form of poster presentations. Have a chat with our presenters to find out more about our work.

Follow the Forum on social media

Throughout the week we will be sharing our experiences and thoughts from the Forum on Twitter. Please follow @online_his for all our latest news and views, and for the full international perspective, follow the Forum using the hashtag #Quality2017.