Grand Round: Improving Healthcare Services and Outcomes through Interprofessional Collaboration and Knowledge Integration
Round: Improving Healthcare Services and Outcomes through Interprofessional Collaboration and Knowledge Integration
The George and Fay Yee Centre for Healthcare Innovation will build on and support the talent and commitment of healthcare providers, decision makers and researchers in Manitoba to improve health services and outcomes. Please join us for our first Round of 2012-2013 to hear more about the work we’re doing and to ask questions about the services we’re developing.
November 6th, 2012, 12 - 1 p.m.
Theatre B: Basic Medical Sciences Building
730 William Avenue: University of Manitoba, Bannatyne Campus
Speakers will include:
Terry Klassen – Lead, CHI: Introduction to the George and Fay Yee Centre for Healthcare Innovation.
Eric Bohm – Lead, System Performance: Using process and quality improvement methods and clinical indicators to redesign and strengthen the healthcare system.
Frank Krupka – Regional Director, Project Management Office: Designing and implementing process and system improvements to improve patient access, experience and outcomes.
Kristy Wittmeier – Lead, Knowledge Translation: Supporting and promoting the use of knowledge tools and infrastructure to ensure health system innovation matches knowledge innovation.
Lisa Lix – Director, Data Sciences: Methodological and biostatistical support for clinical, health systems and health services research.
Ryan Zarychanski – Lead, Knowledge Synthesis: Supporting the development and completion of high quality systematic reviews and meta-analyses.
Telehealth is available: contact your site coordinator for more information.