Main Two Days

The Quality Forum’s main two days of programming took place on March 2 & 3, 2017.

The Forum featured presentations and interactive workshops on a variety of topics related to improving quality across the continuum of care. They were a mix of content that the event’s Steering Committee felt should be showcased as well as presentations and storyboards chosen though our Call for Abstracts.

Participants went on field trips, so that they could learn lessons from other industries that are applicable to health care. Plenary presentations, a debate and a storyboard reception brought participants together to learn, to be entertained, and to be inspired. There were a few surprises, too!

Registration Fees*

Regular Registration: $325
Out-of-Province Registration: $425
Full-time Student Registration: $150**

Includes access to: the plenary speaker and breakout sessions; the debate; the Storyboard Reception; optional meetings and fitness activities; and breakfast and lunch breaks each day

*Registration fees do not include taxes
**Full-time students with proof of enrollment at an accredited institution and who are attending the event in that capacity

Download Our New Five Year Report

We’ve just published a report that highlights many of the outcomes that we’ve achieved so far. Download it here.

Evaluations of Last Year’s Event

Of the participants who filled out evaluations of Quality Forum 2016:

94% agreed that they will be able to apply the knowledge that they gained to their work.

98% learned new ideas or concepts.

92% felt that there were sufficient networking opportunities.

88% felt that the event created and strengthened connections and opportunities for collaboration across all areas of care.

92% agreed that it shared strategies and leading practices to stimulate lasting change.

97% agreed that the event inspired action to accelerate improvement in quality of care.

Quality Forum 2017 featured:

  • Three keynote presentations delivered by inspiring health care leaders from across the globe;
  • A debate on a timely – and provocative – health care topic;
  • Seven breakout sessions that offered a mix of presentations and workshops by invited speakers and rapid fire presenters;
  • Field Trips and opportunities to learn from other industries;
  • A Storyboard Reception that provided opportunities for participants to meet and learn from each other;
  • Group fitness activities that got participants moving each morning; and
  • Breakfast meetings on selected topics.