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Culturally Safe Engagement: What Matters to Indigenous (First Nations, Métis and Inuit) Patient Partners
Explore eight key principles and recommendations for action!
Learning Together Knowledge Summaries
Emergency shelters, substance use centres and partners shared their knowledge through the Learning Together program. Find practices to use in your organization!
Quality Forum 2023 is June 6 – 8!
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Towards Unity for Health 2022 ConferenceAugust 16 – August 19
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Quality Forum 2023June 6, 2023 | 0800 – June 8, 2023 | 1700
Spotlight on Our Resources
We are improving the quality of health re in BC one resource at a time. Find the one you need, from improving workplace culture to re guidelines and teaching others about quality improvement.
The Quality Forum is our annual conference featuring deep-dive sessions,?presentations, and interactive workshops on a variety of topics related to improving quality across the continuum of re.
“What Matters to You?” is a simple question that?n have a big impact on the quality of re. Find resources for providers and patients to support more meaningful conversations.
Access resources about improving the quality and safety of individuals living in LTC with resources on topics ranging from preparation to the presence of essential re partners.
New on Our Blog
Celebrating “What Matters to You?” Day With the Providence Health re Renal Team
This is a guest post from Providence Health re, written by Jenika Hamilton. On June 9, countries around the world […]Read more
Humanizing Health re, One Question at a Time
International “What Matters to You?” Day is celebrated on June 9th, but it’s a concept and question that has the […]Read more