Gain an understanding and learn more about the Innovative Practices and Evidence-Informed Best Practices for Transitions Between Hospital to Home
Listen to and reflect on a patient story
Collaborate with your colleagues and hear about how these practices may be implemented in your Health Links
Understand the purpose and approach to measuring the impact of the practices
When: November 16, 2016 12:00 - 1:00 p.m.
Moderated By: Susan Taylor, Director, QI Program Delivery
Speakers: Laurie French, Tania Pinheiro, Jane McKinnon-Wilson
Laurie French, Senior Manager Clinical Support & Utilization South East CCAC “Expanding the gains of the Rapid Response Nurse Medication Reconciliation to the Community”
Tania Pinheiro, Process Improvement Specialist and Emily Sheridan, RN
St Thomas Elgin General Hospital “Optimizing transitions of care hospital to community”
Jane McKinnon-Wilson, MSc. H.B. Waterloo Wellington Geriatric Systems Coordinator “Intensive Geriatric Service Workers’ Role and Partnerships that Can Achieve Successful Transitions in Care for Frail Seniors Living in the Community”
Patients, families and the public are central to improving health quality.
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