Dave Ng could have a side job as a comedian. He brought a great blend of humour and storytelling on his way to telling us his hope for health care. And is minimalist slides were very effective. Watch his presentation on the Health Talks page.
Monthly Archives:: March 2013
As the president and CEO of Northern Health, Cathy brough a unique perspective to Health Talks. She spoke about meeting the unique needs of BC’s northern population, and of the power of community. Watch her presentation on the Health Talks page.
Judy introduced us to 20 of her friends. Her stories and her passion captivated the audience. One of her hopes was for physicians to be able to prescribe housing. Hear more from Judy by watching her video on the Heatlh Talks page.
Quality Forum 2013 may be over, but the conversation lives on. We’ve posted a bunch of resources that tell the Forum’s story. Re-live the event or share them with your colleagues!
Jim Easton was Quality Forum 2013’s fourth and final plenary speaker. He ended the Forum in an impactful way, describing how health care can be saved. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2LjOr-0NNkE[/youtube]
A packed room saw eight presenters tell us their hopes for health care through amazing Pecha Kucha presentations. Steven Lewis wrapped things up in a big way. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LvC_gTeTlc8[/youtube]
Improving health care quality requires change, and in a field where teamwork is paramount, change requires engagement from many people (especially for it to be sustained). Good relationships form the foundation of this commitment, and the Forum’s presentations were full of examples.
Congratulations to this year’s storyboard winners! View and download the storyboards here.
[slideshare id=16786715&doc=a3suefullerblamey-130226133232-phpapp02] Sue Fuller Blamey Corporate Director, Quality & SafetyProvincial Health Services Authority Janice Penner,Program Manager, Surgical ServicesProvincial Health Services Authority Laurence BayzandDirector, Patient Support ServicesProvincial Health Services Authority Download the presentation here: A3 BC Children’s Hospital: Mistake-Proof Equipment Reprocessing Process
[slideshare id=16786689&doc=a3romaynegallagher-130226133106-phpapp01] Romayne Gallagher Head, Division of Palliative Care, Department of Family and Community Medicine and Clinical Professor, Division of Palliative Care Providence Health Care and University of British Columbia’ Download the presentation here: A3 Introducing iPALL for Identifying Patients Who Might Benefit from Palliative Care