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North London annual quality improvement conference

07 November 2018

09:00 to 17:30

Event Location:

TBC

Leading change: How to Lead QI in Primary and Secondary Care

We are delighted to announce that HEE North London will be hosting the Annual Quality Improvement conference again this year on the 7 November 2018. 

The conference will host a number of expert speakers and masterclasses to give delegates exposure and practical insight into running successful QI projects. We will also aim to consolidate and share learning and excellence by celebrating the efforts of healthcare professionals and learners by holding a poster presentation competition on this date. The poster presentations will give participants the opportunity to showcase their QI projects by displaying their efforts in making healthcare safe, timely, effective, efficient, equitable and patient centred. The conference will also give delegates the opportunity to network with other learners.

Healthcare professionals and learners across all specialities are eligible to enter and should complete the attached abstract template. As with poster competitions at conferences the posters will be judged on the authors’ ability to talk about their work, so trainees will need to be available for the poster session.

For event and submission details please download the Conference leaflet and Abstract Template via the links below.
 

If you would like to enter the poster competition please email abstracts to HEEQiConference@hee.nhs.uk by 12 noon on 5 October 2018. Authors will be notified of selection by 12 October 2018.

To register your interest in attending this conference or to submit an abstract please click on the event booking link above and we will be in contact with further event details shortly once the venue has been confirmed.

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