28 Search Results for Change Management and Collaborative Leadership
Team Up! Nursing within Team-Based Care: Lessons for the Primary Care Sector (Webinar)
On March 8, we were joined by Suzanne Braithwaite, President – Elect from the Canadian Family Practices Nurses Association (CFPNA) who shared several considerations for Registered Nurses (RN’s) working in primary care and as part of an integrated team. A Q&A session was also held with Tannis Andersen, a Clinical Nurse Specialist for primary care, and Melissa Roe, a Regional Practice Leader from Interior Health’s Professional Practice Office, where we dove into scope optimization, role ambiguity, and much more.
Team Up! Coaching and Primary Care Teams – A Deeper Dive (Webinar)
Did you know there are a range of coaching supports available – each with a different focus area? Team-based care coaches are vital in setting primary care teams up for success. On February 16, we heard coaches share stories of working with distributed (dispersed) teams across BC. This session explored team development, communication and functional changes that need to happen at the practice level.
Team Up! CHANGE BC and Team-Based Care: A Rural Experience (Webinar)
On January 19, 2023 we learned about how CHANGE BC is providing an opportunity for family physicians in BC’s Pacific Northwest to lead and inform the development of innovative Patient Medical Home Teams, with a focus on preventing chronic diseases through primary care lifestyle supports. At this webinar, we heard from this team on their success with this initiative.
Team Up! Social Work and Team-Based Care in the Community – A Dialogue Circle (Webinar)
On November 17, 2022, we had a panel discussion to learn how providers and coaches in the Sunshine Coast community worked together to generate connections and awareness and develop a shared understanding of the current state of Primary Care Social Work in their region. The discussion focused on the team’s experiences with the utilization of PACC Mapping as a tool to foster conversations between the associated teams and clinicians, with a focus on recruitment and retention challenges, access to care, burden on existing social work services, ideas for futures roles and more.