Posts related to the practice of medicine, including patient care, diagnosis, and treatment.
By ederus on February 12, 2013
Over two hundred e-savvy citizens were in attendance at last week’s evening public forum “Social Media: The Good, the Bad and the Possible” to learn more on how social media can be used to improve their own health and wellness.
By ederus on January 9, 2013
Evidence 2 Excellence and WEDOC Presents: Whose System Is It Anyways? Speaker: Dr. Drew Digney, MD, CCFP (EM) Date: January 17th Time: noon-1 PM PST Evidence to Excellence Webinar Series, in partnership with the UBC Faculty of Medicine eHealth Strategy Office, Ministry of Health, and BCPSQC present this exciting virtual learning session. Dr Drew Signey, [...]
By Joanna Pedersen on March 5, 2012
Join us via webinar Friday March 30th from 11-12pm PST as Dr Jody Crane discusses how Lean Improvement methodologies can make positive changes in the way emergency departments and hospitals function. Dr. Crane practices emergency medicine at Mary Washington Hospital in Fredericksburg, Virginia and is the business director of the Fredericksburg Emergency Medical Alliance. The monthly Evidence to Excellence (E2E) Webinar Series [...]
By Joanna Pedersen on February 3, 2012
Join us via webinar Friday February 24th from 12-1pm PST as Dr Eric Grafstein discusses Electronic Solutions for a Brighter Future in the Emergency Department. Evidence to Excellence Webinar Series, in partnership with the UBC Faculty of Medicine eHealth Strategy Office, Ministry of Health, and BCPSQC present this exciting virtual learning session. Dr Eric Grafstein, [...]
By Joanna Pedersen on December 16, 2011
Evidence to Excellence Webinar Series, in partnership with the UBC Faculty of Medicine eHealth Strategy Office, BC Ministry of Health and BC Patient Safety & Quality Council, presents via Webinar: Pay-for-Performance Models and Emergency Department Overcrowding. Dr. Les Vertesi, MD FRCPC Emergency Physician, Executive Director, BC Health Services Purchasing Organization, and Professor, Simon Fraser University, will [...]
By Daniel Hooker on June 7, 2011
The Canadian Medical Association recently announced they are developing guidelines to help advise their members that are starting to use social media platforms, like Facebook and Twitter.
By lizheathcote on February 16, 2011
Yet another use for the iPhone – treating patients features our very own Dr Kendall Ho talking about the BC Guidelines project. A Diabetes Health Forum in Punjabi was held June 26 2010, as part of the interCultural Online Network (iCON) project.
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