Tokyo 2016

Tokyo 2016

ISQua is delighted to collaborate with the Japan Council for Quality Health Care (JQ) to host our 33rd International scientific meeting on quality and safety in health care in Tokyo, Japan 16 - 19 October 2016. ISQua aims to promote and support continuous improvement in the quality and safety of health care worldwide. Japan, with the world's longest life expectancy, has a well-earned International reputation for high standards in medicine and medical education.

The World Health Organisation have recently published the next stage of the Millennium Goals, which have merged into Sustainable Development Goals, of which there are 17. Goal 3 is health and one of its aims is to “Achieve universal health coverage, including financial risk protection, access to quality essential health-care services and access to safe, effective, quality and affordable essential medicines and vaccines for all”. To achieve this by 2030, health services will have to change the way we do things.

ISQua’s theme "Change and Sustainability in Healthcare Quality: the Future Challenges’” for the 33rd International conference addresses this challenge.  


Partners Exhibit

Partners Symposia



Call For Papers

Abstracts will be selected for Short Orals and Poster Displays under the following Tracks;

  1. Cost of Quality at the System Level
  2. Improvement Science for Quality and Safety
  3. External Evaluation Systems
  4. Using Education to Support Quality Improvement
  5. Person Centred Care
  6. Health Information Technology
  7. Care Across the Continuum
  8. Quality Care in Developing Countries and for Vulnerable Populations

Call for Papers Closing Dates - 11th February 2016


Social Events

  • Welcome Reception
    Delegate are invited to join us in the Conference Venue on Sunday evening 16th October, where the Conference will be officially opened .

    The Welcome Reception will not only serve as an initial get-together for social networking in a relaxed atmosphere around the exhibition stands, it will also give delegates the opportunity to register early for the conference.
    Light refreshments and entertainment will be provided

    Entrance is free for attendees registered for 2 days or more days but tickets must be pre-booked when registering.


  • Networking Reception
    The Networking reception will take place on Monday 17th October . It will be an opportunity for delegates to catch up with old friends and meet new ones while enjoying the rich culture Japan has to offer.
    Enjoy local entertainment and cuisine in a traditional Japanese venue. Tickets can be purchased when registering.

  • Poster Reception
    The Poster Reception will take place on Tuesday evening 18th October, it is a great opportunity to interact with the poster authors to discuss their research and network with fellow ISQua delegates in an informal lively atmosphere.
    Light refreshments will be served. Entrance is free for attendees but tickets must be pre-booked when registering.
    The posters will be on display throughout the whole conference, be sure to stop by during your lunch break

Registration Fees will be available in January and online registration will open on the last week of February 2016.

The World Health Organisation have recently published the next stage of the Millennium Goals, which have merged into Sustainable Development Goals, of which there are 17.
Goal 3 is health and one of its aims is to “Achieve universal health coverage, including financial risk protection, access to quality essential health-care services and access to safe, effective, quality and affordable essential medicines and vaccines for all”. To achieve this by 2030, health services will have to change the way we do things.
ISQua’s theme "Change and Sustainability in Healthcare Quality: the Future Challenges’" for the 33rd International conference addresses this challenge.
Each day will begin and end with a Plenary Presentation, with morning and afternoon concurrent sessions themed using the following 8 topics;

  1. Cost of Quality at the System Level
  2. Improvement Science for Quality and Safety
  3. External Evaluation Systems
  4. Using Education to Support Quality Improvement
  5. Person Centred Care
  6. Health Information Technology
  7. Care across the Continuum
  8. Quality Care in Developing Countries and for Vulnerable Populations



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