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#WorldStandardsDay

14 October 2022

Online (virtual)
(12:30 – 14:00 UTC+2)  Past event

Protecting the health of individuals, social systems, and the planet has never been more important or timely

Healthcare policy makers and professionals should adopt standards that help achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goals. In this Round Table, 3 leading experts from 3 continents will discuss why and how.

14 October is celebrated as World Standards Day, which is a means of acknowledging the work done by experienced experts in developing standards worldwide. Healthcare standards ensure a system of safety and quality, provision of services that meet the needs of the service user, and availability of adequate resources e.g., human, financial & physical and, monitoring and evaluation of improvement activities.

Standards world over have been used as a framework to achieve desirable goals in healthcare. Standards provide an opportunity to healthcare providers to look at their systems, policies, procedures and processes to see whether they are able to achieve something better in terms of structures, processes and outcomes.

Healthcare policy makers and professionals should adopt standards that help achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goals. In this Round Table, 3 leading experts from 3 continents will discuss why and how.
 

When

(12:30 - 14:00 UTC+2)

Where

Online (Zoom link)

Contact

Angela McCaskill
Quality and Accreditation Institute

+214 808 92 78

You need help? You have questions? Please send an email to angelamccaskill@yahoo.com. We’d be more than happy to assist you in any possible way.