Doctors of BC Podcasts
DOCTALKS: PUTTING INDIGENOUS CULTURAL SAFETY INTO PRACTICE
JANUARY 13, 2021
IN THE FIRST DOCTALKS PODCAST OF 2021, WE INVITE DR TERRI ALDRED AND LEN PIERRE TO DISCUSS HOW TO DEFINE AND UNDERSTAND CULTURAL SAFETY AND THE INTRICACIES OF ADDRESSING THIS SYSTEMIC PROBLEM.
DOCTALKS: REDUCING RISKS OF MEDICATIONS FOR SENIORS
JANUARY 7, 2020
HOW TO MAKE DEPRESCRIBING MORE LIKE DANCING THAN WRESTLING
DOCTORS OF BC IS PLEASED TO INTRODUCE THE FIRST VIDEO IN A NEW MULTIMEDIA SERIES CALLED DOCTALKS — A SERIES OF VIDEOS AND PODCASTS PROMOTING DIALOGUE ON TIMELY, RELEVANT TOPICS IMPACTING THE BC MEDICAL COMMUNITY—AND THE PATIENTS AND FAMILIES THEY CARE FOR.
DOCTALKS PODCAST: PRIMARY CARE CHANGE IN BC
NOVEMBER 22, 2019
DOCTORS OF BC IS INTRODUCING THE FIRST PODCAST(LINK IS EXTERNAL) IN A NEW MULTIMEDIA SERIES CALLED DOCTALKS. IN THE SERIES, FEATURING PODCASTS AND VIDEOS, PHYSICIANS OFFER PRESENTATIONS AND PROMOTE DIALOGUE ON TIMELY, RELEVANT TOPICS IMPACTING THE BC MEDICAL COMMUNITY — AND THE PATIENTS AND FAMILIES CARED FOR BY PHYSICIANS.
In the first episode of DocTalks, a new direction for BC’s primary health care system is explored. We’ve heard the names, but what really are patient medical homes and primary care networks? Host Dr Matthew Chow, with guests Drs Brenda Hefford and Shelley Ross, take a deep dive into the current primary care landscape to unpack ideas about:
– how patient medical homes and primary care networks relate to and work with one another — what it means to adapt to system-wide change
– the benefits of a multidisciplinary, team-based care model of care
– how UPCCs enhance PCNs and increase access
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Click on: DocTalks: A Doctors of BC Podcast