NOCA NATIONAL CONFERENCE 2018
The NOCA National Conference will take place on Wednesday 31st January 2018 in RCSI. We are taking part in RCSI’s Annual Charter Week which will take place from the 31st January to the 3rd February 2018. This event is an annual commemoration of the granting of RCSI’s Charter by King George III in 1784 and attracts hundreds of multidisciplinary stakeholders from Ireland and further afield.
The key themes for this conference are around the importance of transparency and transformation in the healthcare system. Our aim is to bring together a variety of speakers to tell their stories and to open up discourse around the powers of transparency and data to systematically improve our healthcare system.
NOCA Quality Improvement Champion 2018
We are also looking for healthcare managers to nominate a person or team who has shown dedication to quality improvement within their hospital or hospital group. The top 3 submissions will be invited to make an oral presentation at the Conference and the best project will be presented with the ‘NOCA Quality Improvement Champion Award 2018’. Submission criteria and nomination form can be found here.
Applications must be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org by 3pm on the Wednesday 20th December 2017.
Confirmed Keynote Speakers:
- Ms Jo Matthews, Head of Improvement Support and Safety, iHub Scotland
- Ms Dorothy Hosein, Former CEO, The Queen Elizabeth Hospital King’s Lynn NHS Foundation Trust
- Dr Sarah Hare, National Clinical Lead, National Emergency Laparotomy Audit (NELA) UK
Dr Conor Deasy, Clinical Lead for Major Trauma Audit, will also launch the MTA National Report 2016.
RCSI and NMBI have awarded 6 credits for this event.
There will not be a registration fee for the NOCA National Conference 2018.
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