Invitation to Congress

From the Congress Chair

Seval AKGUN | Chief Quality Officer | Baskent University, Ankara |  Department of Public Health

Prof. Dr. Seval AKGÜN,


Prof. Dr. Allen C. MEADORS,


You are invited to send abstracts for our 17th International Congress on Quality in Healthcare, Accreditation and Patient Safety, which is going to be held on April,30 - May,03 - 2023 in Antalya. with the cooperation of Health Care Academicians Association (HCAS) North Carolina university at Pembroke and supported by Turkish Health Care Quality and Accreditation Institute (TUSKA), Turkish Standards Institute (TSE), JointCommission International (JCIA-USA) and other Turkish associations and organizations. The aim of the Congress, which will host large number of institution representatives and experts, is to interpret the various quality practices, accreditation, and the concept and its implications of patient safety within the frame of healthcare services. Health care industry across the world continues to make improvements and it is a must for all health professionals to be active partners in this journey.
The Congress will try to create a platform to discuss methods and innovations about improving quality and providing higher standards of patient safety. Besides, Congress participants can also have the chance to discuss experiences and applications to provide safer, more effective and more dynamic health care services.
The Health Care Academicians Society, as a non governmental organization led to increased awareness of quality and accreditation issues among healthcare providers and patients through its organized congresses since the year 2008, although these topics had not been started to discuss in the Turkish healthcare agenda and became a school for many healthcare professional where it tries to continue carrying its missions with a high devotion. Health professionals from Turkey and around the world will attend to the congress, which will take place for the 17th time. From invited plenary presentations, selected workshops, oral and poster presentations, participants will have opportunities to explore collaborative approaches to quality improvement among users, providers and donor organizations, and to examine new systems and ideas that reach across traditional boundaries during the congress.