Quality Café: Applying QI tools to implement and sustain improvements in MHSU Adult Guardianship

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March 20 | 1200 1300

Health Quality BC

Online (Zoom)


Event Description

The Adult Guardianship Act provides additional and valuable legislation to support and protect vulnerable adults. In 2022, Interior Health aimed to support 12 Mental Health and Substance Use team leads to increase competency in completing adult guardianship investigations. Join us to learn how they used QI tools for this improvement project including a positive deviance approach for engaging clinicians. Hear about the strategies and steps the team has taken to sustain the progress made during this initiative.  

Learning Objectives

At the end of this workshop, learners will be able to:

  • Describe how Positive Deviance methodology was applied to the MHSU Adult Guardianship project
  • Discuss the importance of measurement and types of data used to drive improvement
  • Apply practical tips for spreading and sustaining improvement

Brett Butchart (he/him/his)
(Interim) Manager, Patient Safety
Interior Health

Event Details

Quality Café: Applying QI tools to implement and sustain improvements in MHSU Adult Guardianship

Date and Time

March 20, 2024 | 1200 – 1300


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