Group #1: Jamie Newman (USA); Guilherme Barcellos (Brazil); Andrés Aizman (Chile); Fernando Rivera (USA); Luiz Rojas Orellana (Chile); Neil Winawer (USA); Esteban Gandara (Canada); Jairo Roa (Colombia)

Group#2 (2010-now): Guilherme Barcellos (Brazil); Jamie Newman (USA); Andrés Aizman (Chile); Daniel Grassi (Argentina); Fernando Rivera (USA); Luiz Rojas Orellana (Chile); Roberto Daniel Martinez (Argentina); Lucas Zambon (Brazil); Neil Winawer (USA); Esteban Gandara (Canada); Fabiana Rolla (Brazil)

Sunday, December 1, 2013

'Hospital on Trial' - Court Room Drama

Come and decide whether your healthcare colleagues are guilty or not guilty!

In a time of unprecedented pressure within the health system on safety and quality, this session brings to life a court room 'drama' hosted by lawyers and with real medical professionals giving evidence, based around an all too common medication error. The session delivers a genuine court room experience to highlight how such errors can be perceived outside the hospital environment, with strong messaging around consequence, set within an entertaining scene. The session was run by DAC Beachcroft LLP, a leading international law firm providing advice within the public and independent health and social care sector since the inception of the NHS, now pre-eminent in both strategic and operational advice in an evolving health system. Witnesses giving evidence are leading professionals at Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust.

This session was one of the most well received ever hosted at an ISQua Conference.


Saturday, April 13, 2013


"We just received approval to discount the international attendees to $595. In order to process their registration they need to email: or call: 267-702-2675. The Meetings Department has approved the discounted fee and is looking out for the registration emails.

Taylor Griffith | Chapters and Sections"

Saturday, February 2, 2013

Inpatient care in the UK: should the hospitalist now take charge?

Inpatient care in the UK: should the hospitalist now take charge?
It was published in August.

In December they received 3 Letters to the Editor about it (, one of them with the provocative title 'US-style hospitalists are unlikely to improve delivery of patient care in the NHS':

Comments are welcome!