Advancing cultural safety via the Patient Care Quality Program

When you think about safety in health care, what comes to mind? Some obvious things might be security, trust, or avoiding harm. It seems pretty straightforward, but let’s unpack that last word a bit: harm. What constitutes harm? Physical injury, of course. Or not...

Share your insights on the BC Patient Safety & Quality Council’s new strategic plan

The BC Patient Safety & Quality Council is renewing its strategic plan! They are currently reaching out to stakeholders to listen and learn about the needs and goals of BC's health care system to ensure their strategic direction continues to reflect what’s...

Province-wide initiative to improve care for newborns at risk of Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome

Eat. Sleep. Console. Three simple words that describe a patient-centred, culturally safe, and trauma-informed approach to improving care for newborns with Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS) and their families. According to Perinatal Services BC, the incidence rate of...

PSLS link is live in CST Cerner

Do you ever wish there really was an “easy button” you could push to solve whatever problem you were facing? Um…#yespleaseeveryday. Well, several thousand health care staff and clinicians in BC are now a tiny bit closer to that dream: CST Cerner users in Vancouver...

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