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Clinical Governance Congress Set for May 2017

Healthcare leaders from across sub-Saharan Africa are expected to converge for the Clinical Governance Congress to be held from 9 to 11 May 2017.

Clinical Governance Congress - EHN

Hundreds of healthcare leaders from across sub-Saharan Africa are expected to converge for the Clinical Governance Congress 2017 to be held from 9 to 11 May 2017 at the Emperor’s Palace Hotel in Johannesburg.

The Clinical Governance Congress is the continent’s largest learning opportunity for healthcare professionals and is a leading platform for professionals to meet, learn and share the best strategies to improve patient care.

According to the event organisers, the congress will highlight some critical issues in clinical governance.

“As clinical governance is a fundamental skillset of all healthcare professionals there is both a want and a need to ensure that clinical governance training, participation in and practice of is kept at an appropriate level,” said Congress Director, Philani Moyo.

“It is therefore imperative that healthcare leaders be part of this unique event,” continued Moyo.

The Clinical Governance Congress will serve as a platform for attendees to learn different strategies from a diverse speaker line up, from which they will be able to improve their understanding of clinical governance and its various components.

Delegates will also get to discuss, debate and share ideas with peers from across sub-Saharan Africa.

eHealthNews is an official media partner for the Clinical Governance Conference. In the run up to the event we’ll interview and showcase key insights from the speaker line up, with a special focus on the key topics to be covered at the conference.

You can find out more about the Clinical Governance Conference, including sponsorship and partnership opportunities, here.

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