7th Quality Management Conference

29 - 30 May 2019

Gallagher Convention Centre


“Quality improvement frequently requires a fundamental shift in perspective — a cultural, almost philosophical evolution… Quality must connect to an organization’s mission, its strategic vision. It must be part of the warp and weft of the very fabric of the organization. Going a step further, quality is personal — and it begins with you.”
Source: www.ihi.org/communities/blogs/quality-is-everyones-responsibility

The 7th Quality Management conference, gathers renowned industry experts at the continent’s largest CME-accredited multi-track medical congress. The 2019 edition of this successful conference will focus on the issue of leadership, quality standards, tools and techniques for sustained improvement.

Addressing a high-level audience, the conference will highlight the importance of quality in healthcare facilities through thought provoking keynote presentations, masterclasses, real life case studies and interactive question and answer sessions.

With an esteemed speaker faculty, the 7th Quality Management Conference is not to be missed.

Theme: Public or private healthcare – quality is everyone’s business

What’s new?

  • Now a 2-day agenda featuring more content and more speakers than ever before!
  • Masterclass sessions within the agenda
  • Two internationally recognised key note speakers
  • WHO view of quality in Africa
  • Sustaining improvement
  • Quality and leadership
  • Innovative approaches to quality improvement
  • Gain clear knowledge on how clinicians can be empowered to drive and sustain improvement
  • Review a variety of approaches to quality and improve excellence within healthcare facilities
  • Discuss regulation and improvement and its implications for quality
  • Utilise different tools and techniques to improve patient care: opportunities and the challenges
Conference Chair:
  • Jacqui Stewart, Chief Executive Officer, The Council for Health Service Accreditation of Southern Africa NPC, Cape Town, South Africa