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Quality Forum 2022: Free Virtual Access!

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Hosted by the BC Patient Safety & Quality Council, which administers the Patient Voices Network, the Quality Forum is an annual conference that brings together British Columbia’s health care community to share and discuss how to improve quality across the continuum of care.

This year’s Quality Forum features more opportunities than ever before to watch sessions live online, ask speakers questions and interact with other participants through interactive chats. No registration is required – just go to BCPSQC.ca when the session you want to watch is set to begin.

They’ll be broadcasting all three plenary presentations, the debate, Health Talks and several breakout sessions as they happen. Check the schedule below and mark your calendars! All times are in PT.

Tuesday, May 31

Health Talks & Quality Awards Ceremony | 1900 – 2100

Health Talks is an annual evening event at the Quality Forum, where eight speakers will take to the podium to share their hopes for health care using the PechaKucha 20×20 format – showing 20 photos for 20 seconds each. It’s sure to be creative, inspiring and full of new perspectives. Want to see what’s in store? Watch videos from Health Talks 2021.

The event starts with a ceremony to recognize the winners of the Council’s BC Quality Awards, which celebrate the people and projects making health care better.


Wednesday, June 1

Territorial Welcome | 0800 – 0930

The theme this year is Healing Together, Emerging Stronger. To honour the challenges our health care system has been through over the past few years, the Quality Forum opening on June 1 will feature stories from across the province about pandemic response.

Plenary Presentation | Jason Leitch | 0945 – 1045

Breakout Session A | 1100 – 1200

  • A6: More Than Pots & Pans: Supporting Staff & Provider Wellness
  • A8: Keeping Quality at the Forefront in Long-Term Care

Quips, Quandaries & Comebacks: A Quality Debate | 1300 – 1345

Breakout Session B | 1400 – 1500

  • B4: Decolonizing Health Care & Improving Quality with Indigenous Teachings
  • B5: Leveraging Technology to Improve Patient & Family Experience

Breakout Session C | 1530 – 1630

  • C5: Using Patient Outcome Data to Drive Improvement
  • C6: Advancing Improvements in Primary Care

Thursday, June 2

Plenary Presentation | Courtney Howard | 0800 – 0900

Breakout Session D | 0915 – 1015

  • D4: Increasing Compassion, Decreasing Barriers for Pregnant or Parenting People
  • D5: Building Relationships to Improve Care for Indigenous Patients & Communities

Breakout Session E | 1045 – 1145

  • E5: Let’s Get Digital! Changing the Game in Health Information Management
  • E6: Lessons from the Field: Navigating the Impacts of Climate Change on Health Service Delivery

Breakout Session F | 1245 – 1345

  • F5: Caring for the Whole Person: Establishing Healthy Habits & Community Support
  • F6: Rebooting Our Health System: Virtual Care Solutions in Action

Breakout Session G | 1415 – 1515

  • G4: Rising to the Challenge: Innovations in Training & Education
  • G6: Delivering High-Quality Mental Health Services in Rural & Remote Communities

Plenary Presentation | Chief Shawn “Ah up wa eek” & Heather “Ya’ak chumat axa” Atleo | 1530 – 1630

Author: Elly Wallace, Program Assistant, Communications, BC Patient Safety & Quality Council

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