On Friday 1 May 2020 in Wellington, the fourth Choosing Wisely campaign forum will be
held in Wellington, in partnership with the Health Quality & Safety Commission. The forum
will provide an opportunity for health professionals to learn more about how to develop and
extend their Choosing Wisely work, and to hear from consumers.
The last Choosing Wisely forum was held in May 2019, with the theme Continuing the
conversation. It was attended by about 130 people.
An evaluation of the 2019 forum found that potential practice changes included:
Registration for the Choosing Wisely 2020 forum is now open. The forum, Choosing Wisely – Choosing Equity: a focus on equity, sustainability and shared decision-making is being held in Wellington on 1 May 2020.
Register now at: https://event-6874-b214.
This is an important opportunity to learn about Choosing Wisely and sustainability, equity and shared decision making; and to share your experiences and knowledge.
We have some exciting keynote speakers lined up:
You will be able to register for two pre-forum workshop sessions to be held on the afternoon of the 30 April 2020, 4-6pm on:
The fourth National Choosing Wisely Forum will be held on 1 May 2020 – to register go to https://event-6874-b214.lilregie.com/
At this stage we are also calling for abstracts linked to Choosing Wisely and the conference themes and posters on innovative NZ Choosing Wisely projects and/or evaluation of Choosing Wisely projects in NZ. Details set out below and on the abstract form.
Abstracts are being called for presentations of up to 10 minutes that focus on the following topics:
Priority will be given to those adhering to the abstract criteria.
The successful presentations will be selected by a Choosing Wisely committee of health professionals and consumers.
We are also seeking poster presentations on innovative Choosing Wisely projects being implemented in NZ and on the evaluation of NZ Choosing Wisely projects.
Call for Abstracts and posters closes on Friday 21 February 2020
Send us an outline of your abstract here: http://www.conferenceonline.com/abstract/alogin?clear=1&warehouse_id=1513
For queries regarding abstract and programme content please contact Sue Ineson Sue.Ineson@cmc.org.nz
For queries regarding the abstract submission system please contact Caroline Greyvenstein on Caroline@limeandsoda.co.za