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The QI Connect WebEx series was established in 2014 at the request of clinicians who asked for an opportunity to learn from international leaders in the field of improvement and innovation. Using WebEx allows speakers to facilitate from their own desk, and participants to link in and learn from wherever they are.

There have been some truly amazing speakers to date, including; Don Berwick, Marshall Ganz, Professor Bob Wachter, Maureen Bisognano, Gary Kaplan, Atul Gawande… the list goes on!

Due to the calibre of speakers, interest in the series has grown on a global scale, with over 1,000 organisations across 62 countries now linking in. From a small test of change at one university in Glasgow, QI Connect now has 88 universities linking in (from Dundee to Harvard!) bringing students together in classrooms to listen, learn and share.

More information about the series and registration details.

Find out more about our forthcoming speaker and session.

QI Connect podcast

The team is delighted to introduce the QI Connect Podcast, featuring 5 of the previous QI Connect sessions.  Now you can listen back to your favourite QI Connect speakers on the go!

The first podcast series features:

  • Maureen Bisognano – ‘Quality improvement across health & social care’
  • Sally Magnusson – ‘Playlist for Life’
  • Bill Lucas – ‘Getting the improvement habit: why QI is not enough’
  • Elaine Inglesby-Burke – ‘Nursing: our promise to learn, our commitment to act’
  • Professor Atul Gawande – ‘Implementing the lessons from Being Mortal’

You can access the QI Connect Podcast on Soundcloud, Spotify, Google PodcastsiTunes and Apple Podcasts. (Please note there is no direct link for the Apple Podcasts, but if you search for ‘QI Connect’ it is the first search result.)

What members are saying about QI Connect

“These are excellent – brilliant organisation, very stimulating speakers and are highly informative but very relaxed. Don’t change!”

“Good illustration of how to think outside the box and source solutions from experts outwith the field of healthcare.”