Quality in terms of the management of the traditional entrance based on the conformity of the product to the specifications through the inspection, while the entrance to quality is based on meeting the needs of the current and future customers of continuous improvement, and in terms of methods of traditional entrance follow methods looking forward to rapid reform and rely on programs through the entrance stability and quality, while the introduction of quality follows a new management philosophy that adopts continuous improvement and represents a new way of life through the entrances to improving processes in all sections. In terms of traditional ideas the traditional approach adopts outdated ideas from the time of specialists. Quality adopts innovative ideas from everyone and from any member of the owners of sophisticated and advanced thought.

Objectives and target group

The British Academy for Training and Development offers quality courses in hospitals to those who want to improve their professional, practical and scientific competence within their field of work.

Who should attend?

Graduates of the Faculty of Medicine who wish to pursue their studies in hospital management.

All qualified to manage a hospital or department department

Specialists in the management of quality health.

Interested health practitioners.

Graduates of Health Colleges.

How attendees will benefit?

Upon completion of the course, the participants will know:

  • The role of quality in terms of quality costs . The traditional approach to management measures it in an estimation manner, and therefore costs are high and may be overstated, while quality complies with the systematic measurement of costs and reporting thereon and thus costs are realized.
  • The role of quality in terms of errors and defects, as the traditional approach to management usually adopts the entrance examination and detection of defects and thus it achieves an acceptable level of production or service, while the introduction of quality, it seeks to apply the concept of prevention of errors and thus reduce the field of deviation from the target.
  • The role of quality in terms of the relationship between quality, cost and return. The traditional approach to management always makes the distinction between the considerations of the type of product or the service and the cost considerations, where the return is concerned without looking at the cost or profit less, while the entrance quality is that quality and cost are two goals must To achieve them in a consistent and synchronous manner.

Course Content

Quality goals in hospitals

Principles and principles of quality in hospitals

Steps to quality operations in hospitals

Mechanisms and procedures for quality in hospitals

Constraints and constraints of quality in hospitals

Evaluation and development of quality in hospitals.

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Course Cost

Note / Price varies according to the selected city

Members NO. : 1
£3250 / Member

Members NO. : 2 - 3
£2600 / Member

Members NO. : + 3
£2112.5 / Member

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