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Quality Improvement and Patient Safety Forum – Oct 16, 2018

Thank you to those who attended the quality improvement and patient safety forum on October 16th 2018. This interactive day in Toronto focused on:

  • Building Skills: Develop and enhance skills to apply quality improvement and patient safety work.
  • Networking: Connect with a network of practitioners, leaders and scholars with advanced expertise in quality improvement and patient safety.
  • Innovation: Share knowledge and your experiences with success and failure in quality improvement and patient safety

This year, we were thrilled to have Jeffrey Braithwaite from the Australian Institute of Health Innovation and Brian Hodges from the University Health Network deliver the keynote speeches. For more information please visit:

Click here to view the Poster Abstracts selected for the Open  Competition for the QIPS Forum 2018!

Please note: The Speaker Presentations that were made available to the audience are below.

AM Workshops:

Session: Joy in Work: Implications for Quality Care
Session: Morbidity and Mortality Rounds – How to Implement and Improve M&Ms for Patient Safety
Session: Quality for Leaders – How Do You Make Quality Part of Your Strategy?
Session: Tackling Health Inequities: Applying Population-Based Approaches to Quality Improvement Programs

Morning Plenary Session : Adapting the Role of Health Care Professionals for the Future

PM Workshops:

Session: What’s Needed to Lead Systems Change?
Session: Measurement and Monitoring of Safety Conceptual Model in the Canadian Healthcare System
Session: Embracing the Plan-Do-Study-Act (PDSA) Method in Practice, Not Just in Name Only
Session: Nurturing Improvement within your Team

Afternoon Plenary Session:Finally, connecting the dots and making it work

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