Breakfast Meetings

Are you an early bird? Choose from four optional breakfast meetings:

 

Thursday Morning

Patient and Caregiver Welcome

March 2 | 0730 – 0800
Patient and caregiver volunteers are invited to meet one another at this informal welcome and orientation to the event.

Host:
Patient & Public Engagement Team,
BC Patient Safety & Quality Council


Leveraging Lean Methods to Address Provincial Priorities

March 2 | 0715 – 0810
This panel discussion and networking session for quality improvement and operations leaders will explore how we can work collaboratively, using lean continuous quality improvement methods, to align with and address the priorities for our health system.

Host:
Provincial Lean Network


Friday Morning

And Now For Something Completely Different: Change Ambassador Network of BC

March 3 | 0745 – 0830
Calling all change agents! Want to meet others with a passion for positive change? Start your day by learning about the purpose and upcoming activities of the Change Ambassador Network of BC at this informal networking breakfast. Connect with kindred spirits from across the province, and continue learning & growing as an agent of change.

Host:
Change Ambassadors Network of BC (CAN-BC)


Reducing Pain, Agitation & Delirium in our ICUs: Imagining Tomorrow, Together!

March 3 | 0745 – 0830
In 2013, clinicians and administrative leaders from around the province identified the effective prevention and management of pain, agitation and delirium (PAD) as one of the most pressing concerns for the critical care community today. Join colleagues from across BC to discuss Provincial and National PAD improvement work and build your personal critical care network. Active involvement in a PAD improvement project or the BC Critical Care Community of Practice is not a prerequisite – so long as you are interested in making care better for critically ill patients in British Columbia, this session is for you!

Hosts:
Vinay Dhingra
Clinical Lead, Critical Care, BC Patient Safety & Quality Council

Jennie Aitken
Quality Leader, Critical Care, BC Patient Safety & Quality Council