Blog Posts tagged 'Workshop'

QI Connect with e-Patient Dave

Healthcare Improvement Scotland is currently hosting an exciting line up of monthly WebEx sessions presented by an exceptional global faculty. Simply link in for free from your own desk, to learn from national and international leaders in quality improvement. This month’s session is with David “e-Patient Dave” deBronkart: patient voice advisor, cancer survivor and former high […]

Marion Woodward Lecture: Strategies and Tools for Putting Patients First

Mounting evidence demonstrates that engaging patients and the public as partners in healthcare decisions at both individual and community levels leads to better outcomes. However, patients and the public are not adequately engaged across a spectrum of health services. Dr. Dawn Stacey will discuss evidence-based strategies and tools for supporting active patient and public involvement […]

Engagement, Evaluation & Beyond Citation — Webinar

On October 2, Can-SOLVE CKD will host a special live broadcast discussion with Simon Denegri, an international expert on patient engagement in health research. Join Simon and a panel of Can-SOLVE CKD Network members for this exciting event. We will be sharing stories of our experiences with patient-oriented research and discussing topics such as: Democratizing […]

The How-To of Embedding “What Matters to You?” — Webinar

Join us for this practical, skills-based “What Matters to You?” webinar! It will be a how-to guide on preparing patients and family members for “What matters to you?” conversations, encouraging health care providers to ask the question, and rallying community members to lead the initiative. Speakers include Maggie Breslin from The Patient Revolution, Lara Gurney […]

Interior Health Research Week

If you’re someone who loves all things research-related, Interior Health Research Week is the event you’ve been waiting for! The second annual Interior Health Research Week is taking place from September 24 – 28, 2018. Events listed are free and open to all, and will be available via WebEx or in-person. There are several patient engagement-specific workshops, […]

Fraser Health Research Week

Fraser Health’s 13th annual Research Week features interactive workshops, panel discussions, keynote speakers, presentations by Fraser Health researchers, and much more. Click here to view the interactive poster. All Research Week events are free, and the following events are open to the public: Close to Practice: Research at the Point of Care Thursday, June 7 […]

Free Course: Partners in Research

Interested in learning about patient-oriented research?

The Knowledge Translation Program at St. Michael’s Hospital will be offering an online course called Partners in Research (PiR). This online course will take place in April 2018 and consist of four live web-based sessions. It is designed for patients, families/caregivers and health care researchers. The PiR course will focus on how patients, families, and researchers can work together to improve health research and health care.

Champions of Change

Through a series of presentations, posters and inspiring speakers, this interactive day will showcase strategies and leading practices for sustainable change. Physicians and other health care providers will have the opportunity to engage in lively dialogue around successful and emerging initiatives for patient care and collaborative approaches.

Caregiving: A Social, Health and Economic Issue That Impacts Everyone

Join this free informative talk on key issues, challenges and solutions that family caregivers face today. Presented by Lycia Rodrigues from Family Caregivers of British Columbia. This session is free, but pre-registration is required. When: Friday, January 26, 2018 | 1:00 – 2:30 p.m. Where: Surrey Sport and Leisure Complex | 110-16555 Fraser Highway Register to […]

Patient & Family Workshop: Improving Research Participation and Biobanking

Would you like to help improve health research practices at BC Children’s Hospital?

This interactive workshop is aimed at parents and youth (ages 11-18) who have been or currently are hospital patients. The BC Children’s Hospital BioBank would like to hear your opinion on how children and their families would like to participate in medical research, specifically biobanking.

A Workshop on Co-Designing Health Care: Amazing New Learning Opportunity for 20 Patient Partners

The BC Patient Safety & Quality Council just launched an awesome new workshop – an opportunity to learn about co-design methods from international health care leader Lynne Maher, Director of Innovation at Ko Awatea in NewZealand – and we’re excited to announce that we’ll be sponsoring 20 patient partners to attend. Read on to learn more […]

Data-Driven Improvement: How to Use Data to Drive Meaningful Change

*SOLD OUT – contact mcortes@bcpsqc.ca to join the waitlist*

Measurement and the effective use of data are cornerstones of any improvement effort, from incremental changes to radical transformations, but it can be difficult to know where to begin.

That’s why we’ve planned a one-day, in-person workshop on data-driven improvement. This hands-on, non-technical workshop will explore 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.

Workshop: Being an Effective Change Agent

Are you itching to be the most effective change agent ever? Do you want to learn more about applying social movement and community organizing principles to the work you do? Are you keen to learn more about the latest digital and social media tools? If so, then the BC Patient Safety & Quality Council has the workshop for you!

Free Course: Partners in Research

The Knowledge Translation Program at St. Michael’s Hospital is offering an online course called Partners in Research (PiR). It will consist of 4 live web-based sessions and is designed for patients, families/caregivers and healthcare researchers. The PiR course will focus on how patients, families, and researchers can work together to improve health research and health care.

Tai Chi Chuan by the Sea with Master Rich Sobel

Join a free Tai Chi Chuan workshop at Jack Poole Plaza (by the Olympic Cauldron). You will learn different poses of Yang Style Tai Chi Chuan and practice how to ride along the wave of our inner power, like surfing on our own life energy—the Qi. Specially invited Sifu Rich Sobel has over 25 years of […]

Knowledge Translation Workshop Series (Session 1 of 4)

Join the first in a series of four workshops to support your understanding and use of knowledge translation skills for improving the use of your health research. You’ll get practical tips, resources and examples from guest speaker Alison Hoens.

Let’s Talk: Community Dialogue on Health Research

Health research depends on all kinds of people. You can be healthy, sick, young or old and can help by volunteering to participate in research in a variety of ways.
Let’s talk! You’re invited to a community dialogue, hosted by the Vancouver Coastal Health Research Unit and the BC SUPPORT Unit, on the development of a new program in British Columbia that will help connect people like you to research opportunities.

Data-Driven Improvement: How to Use Data to Drive Meaningful Change

Measurement and the effective use of data are cornerstones of any improvement effort, from incremental changes to radical transformations, but it can be difficult to know where to begin. This one-day, in-person workshop on data-driven improvement will explore 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.