Annual Quality Congress
Join us November 5-8, 2020 in Chicago, IL
Convening a Community Dedicated to Transforming Newborn Care
VON’s Annual Quality Congress convenes more than 1300 healthcare professionals and family partners to examine the biggest questions facing our community of practice and collaborate to accelerate practical improvement in newborn care.
Each year, more than two-thirds of Annual Quality Congress participants share their quality improvement, translational science, and original research during the Improvement Science Expo.
Special events for teams participating in VON collaboratives and learning communities advance peer-to-peer learning, fuel innovation, and inspire action.
The annual Jump Starting Quality workshop guides beginners and more advanced healthcare professionals in QI fundamentals to advance their improvement project.
Join us to transform newborn care across the world.
Community-Centered and Free of Commercial Bias
All VON community members have something to learn and experiences to share. An environment free of commercial bias and product endorsements will better advance knowledge and lead to deeper relationships among community members who are dedicated to improving care for the infants and families we are privileged to serve. The Annual Quality Congress is free of commercial support and VON does not accept industry sponsorship, displays, or product advertising.
We encourage you to listen and learn from each other, share your ideas, and bring new knowledge back to your local teams and communities
VON’s Annual Quality Congress represents the worldwide community of practice dedicated to improving the quality, safety, and value of care for newborn infants and their families. VON’s Annual Quality Congress faculty includes world leaders in neonatology, improvement science, and parent partners. Attend with your team and be inspired to innovate and accelerate improvement in your unit and beyond.
We encourage discussion and networking to learn about rapidly evolving science, technology, and evidence-based practices. Participants learn from peers and partner with families to transform data into actionable improvement.