SAFETY, QUALITY, INFORMATICS AND LEADERSHIP (SQIL) 2021
Application Deadline: September 15, 2020
Program Begins: October 13, 2020
Cohort Locations: Boston | London | Melbourne | Shanghai
In today’s complex health care environment, change is constant.
Providers are challenged to deliver high-quality, high-value care that not only is safe and free from medical errors but also improves patient outcomes.
At the same time, new technology continues to transform the way health care is delivered on almost a weekly basis, making it difficult to contain costs, improve clinical efficiency and achieve high impact leadership.
To this end Harvard Medical School (HMS) offers Safety, Quality, Informatics and Leadership (SQIL). This comprehensive program delivers the tools you need to become a global leader in health care quality and safety delivery.
SQIL is a one-year certificate program that consists of three in-person, 4-day workshops; dynamic live webinars and pre-recorded lectures; and team-based peer collaboration. This highly interactive program provides participants with direct access to the world’s leading authorities in safety, quality, clinical informatics and health leadership.
Program brochure available here
Following Harvard Medical School guidelines, the start of this program will commence as a live virtual workshop and include all cohort locations together. Our current plan is to hold the second and third workshops in-person as originally scheduled.
We are closely monitoring the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and will make further changes to program format as needed. We are committed to working with learners to ensure each individual’s safe and successful program completion while delivering a high-quality, transformational learning experience.
We will promptly share updates as new information becomes available.
- Live Virtual: October 13-16, 2020 (Includes Boston, London, Melbourne & Shanghai)
- Boston: April 26-29, 2021
- London: May 5-8, 2021
- Melbourne: May 11-14, 2021
- Shanghai: Coming Soon
- Boston: October 12-15, 2021 (Includes Boston, London, Melbourne & Shanghai)