Reimagining LTC BC Collaborative: Appropriate Use of Antipsychotics | Webinar 5: Celebrate and Share

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Please hold this time in your calendar for our final BC AUA webinar.

Note: These are supplemental webinars in addition to the coaching calls. If you are unable to attend, they will be recorded and posted on our LTC webpage.

Congratulations to the 79 Long-Term Care Homes in BC who participated in the Reimagining LTC program sponsored by Healthcare Excellence Canada. You have accomplished some amazing achievements improving the quality of life for your residents by reducing the inappropriate use of antipsychotics!

To wrap up the program in BC, I would like to invite you to our fifth and final webinar.
Join us on December 14th where you will hear from a few Long-Term Care Homes across the province sharing a short presentation on their AUA work over the past year.

Please feel free to forward this invite to whomever you feel may be interested in attending.

I am so excited for the opportunity to share all the great work and learnings from this program!

Event Details

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December 14, 2023 | 1130 1300


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