Enhance your QI skill set at monthly CME sessions
Team-based medication review project helps keep Northeastern BC seniors healthy. Dr. Charles Helm (also known as Dr. Dino), with his work featured in a half-dozen Northern Health stories, is well known in Northern BC). He’s an important member of the community of Tumbler Ridge, the town he’s called home for almost 30 years.
Do you have a great idea for improving something in your workplace? Is there a pebble in your shoe? Do you want to learn quality improvement tools and skills and lead your team to greatness?
How do we address the challenge of providing fair access to specialized services to patients in the remote communities of Northern BC? For Dr. Anurag Singh, Medical Lead for the Northern Health Kidney Care program, and his team based at the University Hospital of Northern BC (UHNBC) in Prince George, this is a very important question.
The Qualitycast North podcast showcases Northern British Columbian physicians and healthcare workers and their work in improving the quality of Healthcare where they live.
A resident and physician in Northern BC for over a decade, Dr. Akhtar welcomes innovation and quality improvement in patient care.
Dr. Navpreet Sidhu, along with her sister Dr. Manpreet Sidhu, and the staff at the Fraser Lake Community Health Centre, have recently completed a project aimed at improving Well Woman Exams in terms of efficiency, and experience of both patients at providers.
Dr. Douglas provides care as a rural family physician to the many communities surrounding Vanderhoof. She has taken on various leadership roles in the medical community throughout her career, including becoming Medical Director for the Lakes Omineca region. This region includes Vanderhoof, Fraser Lake, Fort St. James, Burns Lake, Southside and Granisle. She was Chief of Staff at the Fraser Lake Community Health Centre from 2015 to 2018, and is a key member of the Northern Interior Rural Divisions of Family Practice.
The creation of the Happy Hour platform happened during the onset of our Covid-19 outbreak. We very quickly realized our opportunities for connection and collegiality didn’t exist in this digital world.
The seeds you sow in spring are harvested in the autumn – and it’s finally spring in the North!