How many more doctors in Alberta are going to be sending their patients a similar letter as the one Brenda recieved?
In this Twitter thread, a mother shares the lessons she learned when her daughters went to day camp in our COVID-19 reality.
“So our girls spent a week at day camp. It was our first foray into the girls being away from us and in contact with other children outside their bubble since the pandemic started. We put into practice all that we had taught and prepped for. Here is what happened.”
WEBINAR: Keeping Seniors Safe— Patients for Patient Safety Canada (@patients4safety) May 6, 2020
Join us for this patient-led webinar to identify safety risks together & explore practical solutions for seniors. The ideas are drawn from real life experiences noting how #COVID19 impacted seniors.
Register: https://t.co/yFLIgR5pXc #patientsafety pic.twitter.com/kRqJnHH5jC
What advise can you give regarding: transitioning from paediatrics -> adult care? #transition #healthcare #patientexperience #patientvoice #input
Visiting hours have been eliminated from ALL Calgary hospitals. Their removal reduces patient falls, medical errors and increases the patient experience. To learn more about this exciting change, click here
Today, December 16, 2019, is the day that Vanessa’s Law takes effect. What this means is that starting today, all hospitals in Canada must report serious adverse drug reactions and medical device incidents. This is a very special day for patient safety in Canada!
If you are interacting with patients, here is something important you might want to remember.
If you think you are patient-centred, patient engaged, patient partnered etc. you may want to check your privilege and power.
— Julie Drury (@SolidFooting) August 25, 2019
As you may recall, June 6th was “What Matters to You?” day. Although these four words are simple in and of themselves, when a member of our Pts4Chg community introduced them to her homecare team, something special came about. See the results here. Way to go, Emma!