Free, interactive content that will resonate with you!
Canada’s Virtual Forum on Patient Safety and Quality Improvement brings thought leaders from across the country directly to you, free of charge! Join the Forum from October 28th to November 1st, for five days of live, interactive content that will help you as a leader, provider or patient change the way you approach patient safety. The daily four-hour program commences at 12:00 Noon EST.
Here’s a snapshot of the daily themes for the 2013 Forum:
Monday, October 28th: Leadership - Harsh Truths and Hope
Tuesday, October 29th: Partnership - Don't Let Good Ideas Sit on the Shelf
Wednesday, October 30th: Medication Safety Across the Continuum
Thursday, October 31st: Heroes on the Frontline
Friday, November 1st: Power to the Patient
“We are really excited about this year’s Forum,” says Cecilia Bloxom, Co-lead of the Forum and Communications Director, Canadian Patient Safety Institute. “Throughout the week we will showcase thought-provoking patient videos and have assembled a great line-up of dynamic speakers who will deliver educational and engaging presentations. Join us to learn from the best and gain greater insight on patient safety and quality improvement. There is sure to be something that resonates with you.”
To take part in the Forum, all you need is a computer and an Internet connection. During the broadcast you will have the opportunity to submit your questions and have them answered live during the broadcast.
The daily program also will also showcase videos that promote and demonstrate effective communication for patient, client and resident safety in both healthcare and community settings. Grab your cameras and create a three-minute video that shows how your organization embodies the values of Ask.Listen.Talk. Click here to learn more about the video competition. The deadline for video submissions is September 20, 2013.
Visit www.asklistentalk.ca to learn more about the virtual forum and click here to register your organization to take part in Canada’s Forum on Patient Safety and Quality Improvement.