Main Themes

The aims of the congress;
  1. Patient safety, risk management and reduction of medical faults
  2. International and national infection and epidemic control and prevention from a patient safety perspective
  3. A review of current methods in infection and epidemic management, control and prevention, the urgent importance of evidence-based practice and complexities in practice
  4. A review of the scientific evidence, some of which are listed below, in the field of patient safety and infection
  • Surveillance studies, strategies, innovative approaches, innovations in technology and problems
  • Infection Control and prevention methods
  • Vaccination activities
  • Ways to prevent antimicrobial resistance and necessary collaborations for this
  • Innovations in clinical laboratories, occupational health and safety practices for the safety of healthcare workers
  • Infection control and prevention in special patient groups at high risk
  • Environmental factors and strategies for infection control and prevention
5. Control and prevention of healthcare-caused infections in healthcare institutions such as dialysis centers where chronic diseases are treated. Surveillance studies, control and prevention strategies in these centers
6. Cost studies in healthcare-caused infections, control and prevention, changes or innovations that influence the cost Legislative changes
8. Changes in repayment systems, place of performance-based strategies
9. Frequency of health care-caused infections reported at regional, national and international levels
10.     Required resources for manpower, training, capacity improvement for the elimination of healthcare-caused infections
Additionally, it is planned to focus on the following issues related to the subject:
1.        Innovations in quality and accreditation practices in health services
2.        Clinical quality improvement methods
3.        Patient safety, risk management and reduction of medical errors
4.        Reviewing existing methods in the prevention of healthcare- caused incidents that threaten patient and employee safety, the importance of evidence-based practices,
5.        patient-centered care
6.        Innovations in health technologies
7.        Health system infrastructure
8.        Cost-effectiveness in service delivery and maintenance
9.        Manpower planning and training in health service delivery
10.     Information management systems, automation and communication technologies
11.     Moral and ethical behaviors in the delivery of health services.
12.     Risk management
Health tourism. Experiences gained in many issues related to quality, accreditation, patient and employee safety in health services will be discussed