IHI’s annual world-class conferences offer opportunities to learn the latest improvement ideas, connect with like-minded colleagues, and generate momentum for change in your organization.
March 30–April 1, 2022 | In-person
The International Forum shares knowledge, ideas, and expertise that inform quality improvement, patient safety projects, and practice transformations worldwide. Whether virtually or in person, we bring together healthcare improvers (including patients) from different parts of the world to discuss and share examples of innovation that can be replicated. Join IHI and BMJ in exchanging ideas, celebrating successes, and helping each other solve problems.
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IHI Patient Safety CongressMay 16–18, 2022 | In-person
The Patient Safety Congress brings together people who are passionate about ensuring safe care equitably for all across the globe. This is the must-attend event for those who continue to shape smarter, safer care for patients wherever it’s provided – from the hospital to outpatient settings to the home. Learn more >>
June 6–8, 2022 | In-Person
For over 25 years, the International Forum has been bringing together healthcare improvers (including patients) from different parts of the world to discuss and share examples of innovation that can be replicated. Join IHI and BMJ for this in-person conference in Sydney, Australia to exchange ideas, reflect on outcomes from the region and beyond, and find solutions to common problems.
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IHI ForumDecember 2022
The IHI Forum is a four-day conference that has been the home of quality improvement (QI) in health care for more than 30 years. It brings together health care visionaries, improvement professionals, world leaders and industry newcomers.Learn more >>
IHI Africa Forum
The IHI Africa Forum features presenters from throughout the region and across the globe, addressing today's biggest health care challenges in Africa. The three-day, conference provides particpants with 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. Learn more >>