This Quality Improvement program is designed to improve patient outcomes and protect the quality of care delivered, when healthcare systems are overloaded and under pressure, by nurturing a culture of continuous improvement.
In this one-day workshop, participants will learn evidence-based practices and skills to enhance the delivery of safe, effective, consistent and timely, patient-centred care, while using resources efficiently.
Facilitating this program, Mater Education is pleased to present Dr Khalid Aziz Professor of Pediatrics and Adjunct Professor, Division of Community Engagement at University of Alberta, Neonatologist in the Edmonton Neonatal Program, and member of Evidence-based Practice for Improving Quality (EPIQ) in Canada.
Dr Aziz has presented and adapted the 10 step quality improvement framework for healthcare organisations around the world, and will be presenting this highly-regarded framework for the first time in Australia, hosted by Mater Education.
We welcome multi-disciplinary teams of health professionals to attend this valuable, interactive workshop to identify and collaborate to improve health outcomes for patients.