Events


LOUD in the ED 2024-2025 – Information Session 2

Online (Zoom)

Are you interested in participating in the LOUD in the ED Collaborative and/or want to ask our team questions before completing the expression of interest form? Join one of our information sessions in July to hear more details about the collaborative, workstreams, and more! This session will include open time to answer any of your questions, including what participation could look like for you.

Improving Communications, Workflows and Processes for OAT Prescribing

Online (Zoom)

This webinar will focus on how primary care teams can improve OAT prescribing by looking at their communications, workflows and processes. We will discuss internal communications within the team and communications with other partners in care. We will be joined by leaders in this space including a peer worker, a pharmacist and two OAT prescribers. It will open with each panelist sharing their experience and be followed with a question-and-answer period with the panel.

Quality Café – Linking Ideas to Actions with Driver Diagrams

Online (Zoom)

Looking for a quality improvement tool that will help take your lofty aim and break it down into manageable change ideas? Need a method that will help move your team from vision to action? Searching for an approach that is agile and can change as rapidly as the complex, adaptive systems we work in? Then driver diagrams are the tool for you! In their simplest form, driver diagrams help link high-level improvement goals to specific project activities. In this interactive session, you will have an opportunity to learn more about this powerful tool and start to build the framework for your very own driver diagram.

Shared Goals, Shared Solutions: Co-Production in Health Care

Online (Zoom)

Are you a leader tasked with solving complex problems related to the health care system? Learn how health care and community leaders can collaborate with shared goals and purpose to improve health care. Co-production means both health care providers and the community work together to find solutions and make decisions. This ensures that health care meets the needs and priorities of the people it serves. Embracing these principles helps build real community partnerships based on trust, respect, and common goals.

Integrated Care Team Training – October Session

Health Quality BC 201-750 Pender St W, Vancouver, BC

This new training opportunity is for leaders and teams across British Columbia interested in implementing, advancing and improving team-based primary care in their setting.

Quality Café – Getting Started with Measurement: Measurement Planning for Improvement

Online (Zoom)

Are you leading an improvement project and wondering how to get started with your measurement plan?

A measurement plan is a useful tool to identify a family of measures, data collection strategies, how to display data and baseline/target results to achieve the overall aim of the initiative. Join us to learn how to use a measurement plan to successfully drive your quality improvement initiative.

Workshop: Improving Health Care Systems Through Patient Safety Event Reviews

Health Quality BC 201-750 Pender St W, Vancouver, BC

Patient safety reviews and learning are an important component of health systems. Many frameworks, approaches, methodologies and tools exist to explore, investigate, analyze, and recommend improvements to providing care.

However, this complexity can be overwhelming and cause confusion on where to start and how to facilitate these reviews with actionable outcomes.

Quality Café – The Power of Small Data: How Local Data Collection Can Drive QI

Online (Zoom)

Automated indicators, reports or dashboards are a great resource for monitoring our performance, but often lack the specificity, timeliness or widespread access to support change at the local level.  And they rarely provide the meaningful feedback loop to those delivering care if their efforts to improve are working.  Join this webinar to learn ways of using simple data collection methods – pen and paper by the team at a local level – to get meaningful insight about our improvement efforts.  This small-scale measurement, when defined, collected and shared by the care team, can ensure an outsized impact on improvement efforts through team engagement.

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Territorial Acknowledgement


We would like to acknowledge that we are living and working with humility and respect on the traditional territories of the First Nations peoples of British Columbia.

We specifically acknowledge and express our gratitude to the keepers of the lands of the ancestral and unceded territory of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), and səl̓ilwətaɁɬ (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations, where our main office is located.

We also recognize Métis people and Métis Chartered Communities, as well as the Inuit and urban Indigenous peoples living across the province on various traditional territories.