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In an evolving world where we are now seeing many health care appointments taking place virtually, this resource, co-designed with patients, will identify what’s important to patients receiving care this way and how trusting relationships can continue to be built and maintained.
In our Team Up! Team-Based Primary & Community Care in Action season 2 opening webinar continued the conversation from our March webinar Addressing Racism in Team-Based Care: Lessons Learned from the In Plain Sight Report. In this dialogue session, our speakers explored resources that helped them on their cultural safety & humility journeys and how this contributes to creating a speak out culture and addressing anti-Indigenous racism.
Reflections from the Field: The Relevance of the LEADS Framework During the COVID-19 Pandemic (Webinar)
Harmony Johnson, Executive Director of the Review Team, presented a summary of the three reports arising from the independent Addressing Racism Review into allegations of racism and discrimination in the BC health care system and its importance in the transition to team-based care.
Dr. Brydon Blacklaws and Katrina Bepple from the Rural Coordination Centre of BC (RCCbc) provided an overview and demonstration of the Real-Time Virtual Support service. Real-Time Virtual Support (RTVS) pathways enhance health equity in rural, remote, and First Nations communities across British Columbia by connecting rural healthcare providers and patients to RTVS Virtual Physicians via Zoom or telephone.