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Open to Interior Region, Patient partners in the Interior region
Are you curious about how data can be used to drive improvements? Come join us to learn about measurement and the effective use of data as cornerstones of improvement efforts from incremental changes to radical transformations.
Open to: Patient partners in the Interior region
Lead Organization or DepartmentBC Patient Safety & Quality Council (BCPSQC)
AimThis workshop explores how data can be used to drive the improvements we wish to see – setting up measurement systems that work, analyzing data to uncover new insights and monitoring improvements over time. Not a technical person? Don’t worry, the workshop isn’t about crunching numbers in Excel or using statistical software. Instead, we take a practical, hands-on approach to exploring how data can be used to answer questions, understand problems and drive meaningful change.
Level of EngagementThis opportunity is at the level of inform on the spectrum of engagement. The promise to you is that you will be provided with balanced and objective information to assist in understanding alternatives and solutions.
- Open to patient partners in the Interior region
- Preference will be given to patient partners who have not attended another BCPSQC Learning Opportunity (such as Quality Forum or one of our workshops) or are registered for an upcoming conference
- Patients should be comfortable interacting and speaking in large groups of people
- Successful candidates should be willing to share their experience and learning with other patient partners
- Patients should have previously attended a PVN orientation session.
- Vacancies: 2
- Date: July 26, 8:30am-4:30pm
- Where: Coast Capri Hotel. 1171 Harvey Ave, Kelowna BC, V1Y 6E8
ReimbursementThe BCPSQC will cover travel expenses for patient partners in the Interior region to attend the workshop. Pre-approval is required for all expenses.
BackgroundThe BCPSQC Learning & Strategic Initiatives team works to build capability and capacity for improvement through a variety of avenues: Quality Academy; Board & Executive Learning Series; Quality Forum; online learning opportunities that are open to anyone and free to join, like Quality Café; and in-person workshops. Quality improvement requires knowledgeable and skilled people at all levels of BC’s health system. Change is more likely to be sustained if the people leading it are properly equipped to do so. Therefore, the BCPSQC has committed to ensure that PVN members are included in learning opportunities to ensure that they feel comfortable and informed when working on quality improvement initiatives throughout the system.
Engagement Leader Contact Information
Project Coordinator, Patient and Public Engagement