Topic: Quality and safety lessons learned from Covid in the African context<!>
Moderator: Jacqui Stewart, Chief Executive Officer, The Council for Health Service Accreditation of Southern Africa, Cape Town, South Africa
- Dr Edgar Kalimba, Deputy CEO, King Faisal Hospital, Kigali, Rwanda
- Dr Apollo Basenero, Chief Medical Officer, Ministry of Health and Social Services, Windhoek, Namibia
- Irene Ogongo, Founder and Lead Mentor, Nurses in Africa, Nairobi, Kenya
- Dr Olawumi Oluborode, Executive Manager, The Society for Quality in Healthcare in Nigeria (SQHN), Lagos, Nigeria
Duration and format: 1hr panel discussion
Broadcast: Broadcast on our Omnia Health Live Africa platform on Monday, 12 October, at 13h00 CAT
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- Post-Covid, what have we learned about the supply chain, capacity and demand for local (African) medical devices and manufactured products?
- Panel discussion: Going viral - How Covid-19 could transform hospital planning and design
- Policies and regulations shaping telemedicine in Africa: Challenges and opportunities in Covid times
- Panel discussion: Quality and safety lessons learned from Covid in the African context
View the full agenda here.
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The Africa Health Team