Anticipated to attract more than 1200 healthcare quality and safety specialists from across the world, this is the first time the IHI-BMJ Asia-Pacific forum will be held in Australia. Hosting it in Melbourne offers a unique opportunity for Victorian medical, nursing, allied health, health science students, and early graduates, to attend.
The forum promises to be unmissable for anyone with a passion for improving
quality and safety in healthcare, bringing together professionals from around
the world to share the latest developments in best practice and build
This year, the
International Forum is expanding to encompass the work of emerging quality
leaders. From students to postgraduate year two, we encourage you to submit an
abstract for presentation at the BMJ International Forum.
Submitting an abstract to
the Students & Juniors Program gives you the opportunity to present your
work on the 3 minute thesis stage, display a poster and have your abstract
included in the conference proceedings.
We want to ensure our
state’s students are represented at this important event. As a strategic
partner, Safer Care Victoria (SCV) is offering a number of scholarships (valued
at $2066) to enable you to attend the experience day on 10 September and
the speaker sessions on 11 and 12 September. Please see attached thescholarship application for you, your staff or colleagues to use, to apply for
a scholarship of registration from SCV.
SUBMIT YOUR ABSTRACT - Extended deadline: 13 July
Submit your work to one of these topics:
· Quality, Cost, Value
· Person and Family Centred Care
· Population and Public Health
· Building Capability and Leadership
· Work in Progress
Numbers are limited; EOI applications are due to firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday 16
More information about the conference, including the program can be found
If you have any questions, please contact the Students and Juniors Program
Convenor, Ben Nowotny, at email@example.com.