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<p><img data-import="error" src="; alt="International resource image" height="80" width="80" border="0" align="left" hspace=5>Last week, health ministers and other officials from six nations took part in the Commonwealth Fund's 2005 International Symposium on Health Care Policy in Washington, D.C. Participants discussed quality of care, patient safety, and other key issues. You can now watch webcasts of a number of these sessions.<br><Br>Visit our <a href="… Health Policy Resources page</a> to see:<br><Br><ul><li>The presentation of the 2005 International Health Policy Survey of Sicker Adults, which found that U.S. patients reported experiencing a high rate of medical errors.</li><li>A panel discussion among health ministers from the U.K., Australia, and New Zealand, moderated by Gail Wilensky, Ph.D., of Project HOPE.</li><li>What Other Nations Can Teach Us About a More Patient-Centered Health Care System, an event co-sponsored by the Alliance for Health Reform and the Fund, held on Capitol Hill, and involving Congressional staff and policy experts.</li></ul><Br><br>To view our webcasts, you'll need a recent version of Windows Media Player (7.1 recommended) installed on your computer. For best results, view with version 3.0 or higher of Netscape Navigator or Microsoft Internet Explorer.</p>