Program Matrix

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Colour Key

Light purple: Field trip
Dark purple: Workshop
Green: One-hour session on a specific topic
Yellow: One-hour session with three rapid fire presentations

Thursday, February 22nd

07:00 - 08:15 Registration, Breakfast & Breakfast Meetings
08:15 - 09:40 Plenary Presentation: Tim Omer
09:40 - 10:00 Transition
10:00 - 11:00
FT1
 

How do You Assist a Thousand Travelers? Behind the Scenes at the Hyatt

W1
Plaza AB

The Fundamentals of Engaging People in Improving Quality

W2
Grouse

Finding and Building Digital Stories to Engage, Inspire & Drive Action

A1
Georgia B

Pursuing Quality through an Indigenous Lens

A2
Seymour

Detecting Residents’ Early Health Decline

A3
Oxford

Stigma: Confronting an Invisible Barrier to Service

A4
Cypress

Exploring Novel Ideas: The Strength of Mind, Body & Technology

A5
Plaza C

Thinking Outside-the-Box to Achieve Team-Based Primary Care

A6
Georgia A

Co-Design: Shaping Improvement Together

BEQLS
English Bay

Board and Executive Quality Learning Series

11:00 - 11:30 Break
11:30 - 12:30
FT1
 

Continued

W1
Plaza AB

Continued

W2
Grouse

Continued

B1
Georgia B

People-Powered Digital Health

B2
Seymour

Trauma-Informed Care for Residents with Dementia

B3
Oxford

Catching It Early, Getting It Right! New Guidelines for Treating Sepsis

B4
Cypress

Enhanced Recovery & Beyond: Advancing Surgical Optimization

B5
Plaza C

Caring for Young Minds: Spelling Out the CYMHSU Collaborative

B6
Georgia A

Share, Listen, Act Towards Indigenous Cultural Humility

BEQLS
English Bay

Continued

12:30 - 13:30 Lunch
13:30 - 14:15 Quips, Quandaries & Comebacks: A Quality Debate
14:15 - 14:30 Transition
14:30 - 15:30
FT2
 

Whose (Central) Line Is It Anyway?

W3
Grouse

Tools for Implementing Indigenous Cultural Safety in Your Work

W4
Georgia B

Confronting Our Inner Homer Simpson: How Behavioural Economics Can Make Quality Improvement More Effective

C1
Oxford

Taking Care of People Who “Ask So Little and Give So Much”

C2
English Bay

Appropriateness in Surgical Care: Asking the Right Questions

C3
Plaza AB

Discovering the Extraordinary Value of Routine Monitoring

C4
Georgia A

Diverse Approaches to Addressing the Opioid Crisis

C5
Plaza C

Making Care Better for Those with Chronic Conditions

C6
Cypress

Innovative Care for Residents

R1
Seymour

Stretch Break for Your Lifestyle

15:30 - 16:00 Break
16:00 - 17:00
FT2
 

Continued

W3
Grouse

Continued

W4
Georgia B

Continued

D1
Oxford

Rallying Around Youth at Risk: Community Supports for Suicide Prevention

D2
English Bay

A Tale of Two Communities: The North Island Hospital Transition

D3
Plaza AB

Open Your Eyes to a New “Safety”

D4
Cypress

Meds 'R' Us

D5
Georgia A

Improving Access, Overcoming Distance

D6
Plaza C

People Matter: Creating a Culture of Collaboration & Compassion

R2
Seymour

Indigenous Culture

17:00 - 18:30 Storyboard Reception



Friday, February 23rd

07:00 - 08:15 Breakfast & Breakfast Meetings
08:15 - 09:25 Plenary Presentation: Michael West
09:25 - 09:45 Transition
09:45 - 10:45
FT3
 

Imitate to Improve: How Simulation can Help Drive High Quality Care

W5
English Bay

Activating Patients to Improve Care

W6
Grouse

Addressing Adverse Childhood Experiences: A Hidden Key to Health

E1
Georgia B

Making Engagement Meaningful through Analysis & Action

E2
Plaza AB

Measuring the Value, Impact & Return on Investment of Our Improvement Endeavours

E3
Oxford

Transitioning to Legal Cannabis

E4
Georgia A

Going the Distance for High Quality Rural Care

E5
Cypress

Blanket of Care for Those with Dementia

E6
Plaza C

Redesigning for Optimal Outcomes

R3
Seymour

Guided Meditation

10:45 - 11:15 Break
11:15 - 12:15
FT3
 

Continued

W5
English Bay

Continued

W6
Grouse

Continued

F1
Oxford

Linking Ideas to Action with Driver Diagrams

F2
Plaza AB

Big Dreams for Big Data

F3
Georgia B

Transforming Primary Care in Scotland: The Journey So Far

F4
Georgia A

All Hands on Deck: Peer-Powered Improvement

F5
Cypress

You Will be Seen in Two Weeks Now!

F6
Plaza C

Everyone Can Prevent Infections, from Patients to Providers to… Dogs!

R4
Seymour

Tai Chi

12:15 - 13:30 Lunch
13:30 - 14:30
FT3
 

Continued

G1
Georgia B

Patient Engagement Techniques: Determining the Best Approach

G2
English Bay

Living & Learning: Becoming an Ally in Indigenous Health

G3
Plaza AB

What’s in Your ATTIC? Activities for Transforming Teams & Igniting Change

G4
Oxford

Thriving with Risk: How Venture Capital Succeeds by Failing 90% of the Time

G5
Grouse

At the Frontier of New Scopes of Practice: The Opioid Crisis as a Case Study

G6
Cypress

Turning Towards Those in Grief

G7
Georgia A

Because Where We Care Matters

G8
Plaza C

Much Ado About Data

R5
Seymour

Laughter Yoga

14:30 - 14:45 Transition
14:45 - 15:30 Plenary Presentation: Camila Lajolo