leaders and professionals are invited to submit abstracts for the 44th
World Hospital Congress, organised by the International
Hospital Federation and La Unió Catalana d’Hospitals, and held in Barcelona, Spain on
2-5 November 2020.
The IHF World Hospital Congress brings together leaders of
hospitals, health services and healthcare organisations to share their views on
policy issues, management and financial trends and solutions, as well as
highlight the best practices in leadership, management and service delivery.
Congress will tackle the overarching theme People on board, transforming healthcare, and the participants will have an
opportunity to showcase their best practices, innovations, projects, programmes
and researches to the international healthcare community. It can be done through
an oral presentation or as a poster, in any of the following sub-themes.
DIGITAL AND TECHNOLOGY DRIVEN TRANSFORMATIONS
- Artificial Intelligence for smart health and care
- Big accurate data: how it helps us
- How is digital health transforming the way health systems are run and healthcare is delivered
- Glocalisation: new actors, new rules, global healthcare invaders in the local healthcare set
TOWARDS AN INTEGRATED CONCEPT OF HEALTH AND CARE SERVICES MODEL: VALUE DRIVEN TRANSFORMATIONS
- Enabling the flexibility of organisations to adapt quickly to changes, addressing accelerated innovation adoption
- Key results that really matter: patients outcomes as the driver for better healthcare
- Health and care sustainability supported by applied research and innovation adoption
- Global Healthcare, global mobility, global access: towards a liquid borderless healthcare system
PEOPLE AT THE CENTRE OF HEALTH CARE TRANSFORMATIONS
- How to put citizens at the centre of health and care
- Humanistic centred care
- Professionals leading transformations: the strength of professionals to promote transformation
- From health management to ethical leadership
Deadline of submission is on 31 January 2020. More details here.
Source: IHF WHC
Image credit: IHF WHC