INTEGRATING HEALTH CARE AND ACADEMIA:
A PARTNERSHIP FOR CHANGE
Why is this work important?
The Academic Health Quality Network
(102 members)
If we were successful in graduating students who:
A) accept that quality and safety is a foundational
part of their work, ...
John Falconer MD, FRCPC Neurology
UBC Clinical Associate Professor
Director:
- FMED Course Southern Medical Program
- KGH ...
Quality

Wait Times
Best
Use

Cost

Cost - Wait Times - Quality

?
+ Best for One = Best for All

Available
Budget
Mike Lemphers RRT, MA, FCSRT
• Respiratory Therapist
• Faculty, Thompson Rivers University,
Kamloops, BC
• Past-President,...


Students need the proper tools to elicit change
 Review formalized theory regarding leadership, patient
safety and cre...
Jenna Smith
• Graduate student, Neuroscience, UBC
• Quality Improvement Project Director,
IHI Open School, UBC Chapter
Kathy Fukuyama
• Dept Head, BScN Program, Vancouver
Community College
Communication Between
Academia and Practice
Lenora Marcellus
• Assistant Professor, School of Nursing,
University of Victoria
• Faculty Sponsor, UVIC IHI Open School
...
Between then and now…
• Development of faculty
that are knowledgeable
and skilled in infusing and
threading quality
improv...
If we were successful in graduating students who:
A) accept that quality and safety is a foundational
part of their work, ...
Crowdsourcing for excellent ideas…..
What do academic faculty need to teach quality
improvement knowledge, methodologies, ...
Join us!
www.academic.bcpsqc.ca
academic@bcpsqc.ca
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This presentation was delivered in session B4 of Quality Forum 2014 by:

John Falconer
Neurologist
TIA/Stroke Clinic, Interior Health
Clinical Assistant Professor, Neurology
UBC

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Integrating Health Care and Academia: Partnership for Change

  1. 1. INTEGRATING HEALTH CARE AND ACADEMIA: A PARTNERSHIP FOR CHANGE
  2. 2. Why is this work important?
  3. 3. The Academic Health Quality Network (102 members)
  4. 4. If we were successful in graduating students who: A) accept that quality and safety is a foundational part of their work, and B) have the knowledge and tools to change the health system they are working in, what needs to happen between then and now?
  5. 5. John Falconer MD, FRCPC Neurology UBC Clinical Associate Professor Director: - FMED Course Southern Medical Program - KGH TIA Clinic & Stroke Unit - UBCO eHealth Research Office
  6. 6. Quality Wait Times Best Use Cost Cost - Wait Times - Quality ? + Best for One = Best for All Available Budget
  7. 7. Mike Lemphers RRT, MA, FCSRT • Respiratory Therapist • Faculty, Thompson Rivers University, Kamloops, BC • Past-President, Canadian Society of Respiratory Therapists
  8. 8.  Students need the proper tools to elicit change  Review formalized theory regarding leadership, patient safety and creating and sustaining change  Apply this knowledge by identifying gaps in care for real healthcare issues  Determine causes for these gaps, possible solutions and potential barriers to these solutions
  9. 9. Jenna Smith • Graduate student, Neuroscience, UBC • Quality Improvement Project Director, IHI Open School, UBC Chapter
  10. 10. Kathy Fukuyama • Dept Head, BScN Program, Vancouver Community College
  11. 11. Communication Between Academia and Practice
  12. 12. Lenora Marcellus • Assistant Professor, School of Nursing, University of Victoria • Faculty Sponsor, UVIC IHI Open School Chapter • UVIC representative, BC Health Quality Network
  13. 13. Between then and now… • Development of faculty that are knowledgeable and skilled in infusing and threading quality improvement and patient safety concepts through all elements of programs: – Theory – Practice – Program operations
  14. 14. If we were successful in graduating students who: A) accept that quality and safety is a foundational part of their work, and B) have the knowledge and tools to change the health system they are working in, what needs to happen between then and now?
  15. 15. Crowdsourcing for excellent ideas….. What do academic faculty need to teach quality improvement knowledge, methodologies, and tools to health students? • Step 1. Reflection (1 min) • Step 2. Write down your most innovative, fantastic, realistic idea on an index card (write legibly, 1-2 sentences, no names) (2 min)
  16. 16. Join us! www.academic.bcpsqc.ca academic@bcpsqc.ca
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