September 23, 19:00 – 23:15 PDT
Careful & Kind Diabetes Care
Webinar event by Dr. Victor Montori entitled “Careful and Kind Diabetes Care”. This webinar is open to the general public.
Dr. Montori is a world-renowned endocrinologist and researcher from the Mayo Clinic and a great promoter of the patient/citizen voice in medicine. He is the author of: “Why We Revolt: A Patient Revolution for Careful and Kind Care”
Details and Registration: www.ti.ubc.ca/DiabetesCare
Please note: Health xChange Vancouver has been rescheduled to October 6, 2020. Please stay tuned for more information.
We are taking Health xChange on the road. To grow research capacity in the interior, we are partnering with Interior Health and the Kelowna General Hospital Foundation for the first Health xChange in Kelowna, BC.
We bring together researchers, community members, and health system decision makers to network and share ideas about “how community engaged research influence health system change”.
We are inviting presentations from across the full spectrum of BC health research. Topics might include, but are not limited to:
– Creative ways of ensuring a more vibrant diversity of voices are heard, or different forms
of knowledge are considered.
– Novel initiatives that are working to influence health system changes.
– Community-based participatory research to address the social determinants of health.
– Learnings that you gleaned from health system change initiatives that didn’t go as
Putting Patients First 2020
Thursday, October 8, 2020 using a virtual platform with a pre-conference networking evening on October 7.
Connecting Face to Face in Virtual Space
British Columbia’s only patient-oriented research conference.
Registration is available at this link. Registration is free.
Program: the conference program is available here as a .pdf. Full details are available on OpenWater’s site, our partner in delivering this virtual conference (to come).
Curious about other patient-oriented research events this fall from Western Canada’s SPOR SUPPORT Units? Check out the Hotıì Ts’eeda Nàowoò T’à Łets’àts’edı website for details.
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- Creative ways of ensuring a more vibrant diversity of voices are heard, or different forms of knowledge are considered.
- Novel initiatives that are working to influence health system changes.
- Community-based participatory research to address the social determinants of health.
- Learnings that you gleaned from health system change initiatives that didn’t go as planned.
Submissions should outline:
- What health issues you hoped to address.
- What changes were you hoping to make, and what changes you achieved.
- Lessons learned.
- Your contact information and where we might find further information about you, your project and/or organization. Presenters are encouraged to apply to co-present with a community partner.
For more information, click on HEALTHxCHANGE Kelowna 2020