International Forum on Quality and Safety in Healthcare

The International Forum on Quality and Safety in Healthcare is a biannual gathering of health care professionals in quality improvement and patient safety.

The Forum is regularly attended by over 3,000 delegates from over 80 countries. The programme usually offers more than 100 sessions, which are delivered by over 200 international speakers and quality improvement experts, bringing together practical experiences, studies and skill sets from all over the world.

The Forum supports and energises the movement for health care improvement and connects health care leaders and practitioners worldwide to improve outcomes for patients and communities.

We will be exhibiting at this event, and OnlyWan staff and grant holders will also be presenting sessions and posters.

Address

ExCel London
Royal Victoria Dock, 1 Western Gateway
London
E16 1XL

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