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​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​The Future of Quality Health Care in Africa

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T​he IHI Africa Forum features presenters from throughout the region and across the globe, addressing today's biggest health care challenges in Africa. This year, the IHI Africa Forum is going virtual.

Join us in a three-day,​ live virtual event 4–6 May 2021, for the opportunity to meet with experts and peers while learning what has worked to improve patient care and staff experience​ in so many health care settings. 

This virtual conference will provide you with the tools and techniques you need to make measurable progress in your facility or organization. You will learn from innovative quality improvement initiatives that have improved health outcomes in Africa, and have the opportunity to extensively network with your peers to share successes and challenges.​​​ 

In addition to the live keynotes and workshops, you will have access to pre-recorded content to consume at your own pace.

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Sessions ​​

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​The IHI Africa Forum will include the following conference sessions:

  • ​​Building Essential Quality Improvement Skills  
  • Building, Implementing and Sustaining a Quality Strategy Framework: Lessons from the Ghanaian, Ugandan, and Malawian Experiences 
  • Measurement for Improvement        
  • Advancing Respect and Dignity in Childbirth for Black Women Across the Globe 
  • Improving Medication Safety in Hospital
  • Quality Improvement in Difficult Settings: Learnings from Liberia, Malawi, South Africa and Ethiopia 

IHI reserves the right to amend the agenda if necessary.​​​

​​See What Attendees Are Saying​​

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“It is an amazing networking conference and the workshops and poster displays were very informative.​”
Maxine Blane International C​ertified Wound and Lymphoedema Therapist, Registered Nurse, Ballito, South Africa​​​


"Everyone who is involved or interested in health care sys​​tems in Africa must be there!"
Dr. Naa Adorkor Sodzi-Tettey Immediate Past President, Medical Women Associati​​​on of Ghana
 
"​​​[…] it is the very best Forum to learn about quality."
Mercy Katantha Registered Nurse/Midwife, Kamuzu Central Hospital, Lilongwe, Malawi​​​
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