Check Out Our New Resource:
A Guide to Patient Engagement

We’re proud to launch our latest resource that supports BC’s health care system to engage patients!

The newest addition to our Resource Centre is A Guide to Patient Engagement, which covers the essentials of patient engagement, how to prepare for it, where health care providers can find patient partners and how to engage them well.

Take a look at our brand new addition, and explore our Resource Centre for more great tips and guides!

A Guide to Patient Engagement

Last Call for Quality Awards Nominations

Nominations for the 2020 Quality Awards close tomorrow, July 12.

There’s still time to craft and send your nominations! And if you need some inspiration, check out the BC Patient Safety & Quality Council’s One Year Later update with the 2018 Quality Award winners to find out what they've been up to and how the sponsorships they won have supported their work.

Learn more about the awards and send your nominations. Contact or 604.668.8210 if you have questions.

Improve Your Skills:
Digital Communications for Improvement

July 17 | 1200 PT | WebEx | Password: QCafe2019

Want to learn more about how to leverage social media, pick the best platform for your communications goals and deliver your messages in an engaging, creative and impactful way?

Here’s a great opportunity: join the Council’s communications team for a webinar that goes beyond the basics to explore how social media and digital communications can help patient and health care partners accomplish their improvement goals.

Add the webinar to your calendar.

Jeraldine's Story

A video created by Alberta Health Services tells the story of an Indigenous woman and her struggles with the implications of intergeneration trauma. It’s a strong reminder of the importance of culturally appropriate health care in Canada.

Watch the video.

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