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We’re excited to announce that in 2021, we’ll be hosting our first ever virtual Quality Forum! Mark February 25 to 26 in your calendar and subscribe to our newsletter to receive the latest updates as details are finalized!
Now in our 10th year of hosting the Quality Forum, we’re doing things a little different. Quality Forum 2021 will be entirely virtual with plenary presentations and breakout sessions delivered virtually and accessible wherever you are – we’re bringing the Forum to you!
We’re excited to leverage technology in a way we haven’t before, and you can expect the same level of dynamic, engaging and high-quality content that the Forum is known for. We’ll cover a variety of topics related to improving quality across the continuum of care, including those that have emerged from the COVID-19 pandemic.
For now, save the date – February 25 and 26 – and stay tuned for more!
Call for Abstracts Now Open!
We’re ready to receive your abstract submissions! Share your work with people who are passionate about improving health care!
Tell us about any topic related to providing better care for patients, fostering a high-quality health system or creating better environments for those who work within it.
As we’re embracing the need to do things differently this year, we’ve had to condense our planning timelines, including those around submitting, receiving and evaluating abstracts. The deadline to submit your abstract for Quality Forum 2021 is November 20, 2020 – hurry and submit yours to make sure it’s included and considered!
Rapid Fire: Deliver a 10-minute oral presentation followed by an eight-minute Q&A period. You can use slides or other media to engage the audience.
Storyboard: Display a 44” x 44” poster during the main two days of programming. Network and receive feedback during the Storyboard Reception.
Depending on the stage of your work, submit an abstract under one of two categories:
Outcomes are projects underway or complete with demonstrated results and lessons that can be shared. Projects do not have to be considered successful – failures provide valuable learning opportunities!
Ideas describe original thinking, promising practices or emerging ways to improve care that are too young to have results. You can seek input, inspire collaboration and spark action at an early stage.Submit an Abstract for QF21!