What are you doing on June 24th at 12:00 p.m. EST? Here is a webcast that you may find interesting.
“Patient Engagement: Looking Towards the New Normal
In this session, Dr. Monica Reed will explore the evolution of patient engagement from the seeds of measuring “satisfaction” and tracking “experience” to building true collaborative “engagement.” With an eye to the future coupled with the lessons we can take from our collective response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Dr. Reed leverages research and patient stories to identify key components for building Patient Engagement Culture moving forward. Key focus areas include:
Consumerism and diversity
Collaboration throughout the care ecosystem.”
If you will be in Calgary or area on the evening of August 29/2018, this may be an event you want to attend. Given that dementia is becoming a reality for more people, the information provided is apt to be relevant to you or someone you know.
Thursday, November 30 – Patient Engagement Speaker Series
Helle Tees & Nicole Olivier will be presenting on patient engagement. If you are unable to attend this event in person, you can join the webinar. Click here for more information and to register.
Alberta Health Services’ Patient & Family Centred Care Week goes from November 6-10, 2017. A number of events are being held across the province to honour this week. Check out the program to see what is happening over the next five days. Here is hoping you will be able to participate in some of the activities.
If you are from Alberta, have lived experience with depression, and are interested in depression research, you may wish to participate in an online survey conducted by Alberta SPOR SUPPORT Unit, Patient Engagement Platform, Alberta Health Services and Canadian Depression Research and Innovation Network. By completing this survey, you will assist in determining the top 25-30 depression research questions to be used for an upcoming workshop. What questions matter most to you?
Do you reside in Alberta? Have you or a person whom you are a caregiver for been diagnosed with sleep apnea? If you answered “Yes” to the above questions, here is an opportunity you may find of interest.
The Sleep Disorders Working Group of the AHS Respiratory Health Strategic Clinical NetworkTM (RHSCNTM) in conjunction with the University of Calgary and University of Alberta, will be hosting discussion groups for sleep disordered breathing (SDB). The purpose of these discussions is to develop a model of care that will improve the way patients with SDB receive care.
To obtain more information about how you can participate in these discussion groups, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, call 1-866-668-8308 or click on the following links to view the associated posters.