What can health care learn from soccer? Find out here.
Monthly Archives:: April 2016
Team work is just as important to health care as it is to soccer teams, as plans and strategies are necessary to guide a diverse group of people towards a shared purpose. But what can health care learn from soccer? We wanted to find out, so we organized a field trip to the training grounds… Read more »
Cheryl Mitchell has a lot to teach about innovation! Watch her presentation.
With a PHD in Organizational Systems and over 20 years of experience as an advisor in the health care system, Cheryl Mitchell has a lot to teach about innovation. That’s exactly what she did, and in an engaging way, during her presentation at Quality Forum 2016. Using real-life examples to tackle a very timely subject… Read more »
George Watson had a heart-stopping QF16 experience… Read about it here.
We all embark upon a new project with excitement and anticipation. We think this is going to be the one that will address that important issue, or solve that longstanding bugbear. Sometimes it actually works out the way we hope, and we are rightfully overjoyed. Much more commonly, though, we experience unplanned or unknown challenges… Read more »
How Dena Kanigan fosters dignity at end-of-life. Watch here.
Dena Kanigan is a nurse who specializes in geriatrics and palliative care, and has spent the past eight years working at Castleview Care Center, a 45-bed residential care home in Castlegar, BC. Despite her passion for her work, she knows what preconceptions most people hold about living in residential care at end of life. With… Read more »
Living, Laughing, and Loving at End of Life – Dena Kanigan at Health Talks Don’t have time to watch the presentation? Listen to it on your phone or portable music player! Download the mp3 version here. (Right-click the link and choose “Save Link As”)
Providing Better Care for First Nations in BC – Evan Adams at Health Talks Don’t have time to watch the presentation? Listen to it on your phone or portable music player! Download the mp3 version here. (Right-click the link and choose “Save Link As”)