International Society for Quality in Health Care (ISQua)
1985 Stockholm Sweden
1985, Stockholm (Sweden). Original title: International Society for Quality Assurance in Health Care. New Constitution adopted in 1995. Incorporated in Australia under Victoria Government Law. Permanent Secretariat in Australia since 1995. Incorporated in Ireland, 2008.
Inspire and empower people to advocate for, and facilitate improvements in, the quality and safety of healthcare worldwide.
Events2025 | Sao Paulo, Brazil – Conference
2024 | Seoul, Korea Rep – Conference
2023 | Seoul, Korea Rep – Conference
2022-02-17 | Brisbane, QLD Australia – Conference
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