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
A short but powerful video. Definitely one worth watching.
If you will be in Calgary or area on Friday, February 28th and would like to learn more about rare diseases, here is your opportunity to do so. https://twitter.com/HAnalyticsInc/status/1232361387709435904
@HAnalyticsInc will have a booth at the AB Rare Disease Event on Friday Feb 28. Come learn about life experience with rare diseases at Glenbow Museum. https://t.co/OitzGYBtdo @LEAD4changes #RareDisease— HAnalytics Solutions (@HAnalyticsInc) February 25, 2020
As many people know, Alzheimer’s can be a very isolating journey for both patients and their caregivers. Memory Cafes help address these issues by providing people like Doug and Connie Moore with opportunities to connect with others over conversation and coffee.
To find Comfort Cafes in Canada, visit this website.
What advise can you give regarding: transitioning from paediatrics -> adult care? #transition #healthcare #patientexperience #patientvoice #input
If you have not yet participated in this important conversation, you have until Monday, January 27, 2020 at 11:59 p.m. (PST) to do so. Share your thoughts here
Have you read Sandra’s very powerful and heartfelt message that she wrote on December 5th, 2019? If not, you may wish to do so below. https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=1148512898813667&id=100009649036230&ref=bookmarks
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 a survivor of cancer and are interested in discussing your reasons for using (or not using) cannabis, here is a research project you may wish to participate in. Click here for more information.