World Patient Safety Day, held every year on 17 September, calls for global solidarity and concerted action by all countries and international partners to improve patient safety.
To inform discussions at the WHO Regional Committee for Europe on efforts to strengthen mental health services, WFSA, in its capacity as a non-state actor in official liaison with WHO, has issued a statement highlighting the importance of prioritising health workers’ occupational well-being.
The World Federation of Societies of Anaesthesiologists Minimum Capnometer Specifications 2021—A Guide for Health Care Decision Makers has been published with open access for readers.
WFSA Council member, Dr Phillipe Mavoungou highlighted the importance of digital technology for
delivering positive health outcomes at the 71st WHO Regional Committee for Africa.
The WFSA enhances patient care worldwide by working collaboratively to create, develop and strengthen anaesthesiology education and training.
The programme guides and encourages member societies in single and joint actions that support our objectives and it welcomes suggestions from members …