Experience Based Co-Design in Healthcare: A Quality Tool – September 2020
Experience Based Co-Design in Healthcare is a quality tool that provides a structured approach bringing patients, families and staff together to co-design better care delivery processes and environments, drawing from patient, family and staff lived experience.
St. Peter's Hospital - Garwood Jones Auditorium
Date: 24-09-2020 All Day
Experience Based Co-Design is a quality tool that provides a structured approach bringing patients, families and staff together to co-design better care delivery processes and environments, drawing from patient, family and staff lived experience. Developed in England, Experience Based Co-Design (EBCD) is an innovative, meaningful and accessible technique, which empowers patients and staff to make changes that will improve healthcare delivery.
This is a complementary tool to other quality improvement methods such as LEAN, and will be an expectation in our next Accreditation cycle.
LEADS Domain: Enhanced Performance
Learning Hours: 5.5
HHS Staff and Physicians: $75
Date(s): Thursday, September 24, 2020
Time(s): 8:00AM - 3:30PM
Location: St. Peter's Hospital - Garwood Jones Auditorium
John Terpou, Patient Experience Specialist, Hamilton Health Sciences
Tina Petrelli, Patient Safety Experience, Hamilton Health Sciences
Jane Hastie, Patient Safety Experience, Hamilton Health Sciences
Staff and physicians who will lead quality initiatives and unit based improvement projects
Individuals who will support/lead Accreditation teams
CQI units and others working on improvement opportunities through A3 problem solving
At the end of this session you will be able to:
Explain the value of using EBCD to better understand the patient, family and staff experience
Recognize how EBCD compliments CQI methods and tools
Practice applying EBCD concepts and tools for quality improvement initiatives and further build quality improvement skill sets
Use structured tools to easily engage patients and families in quality improvement for CQI initiatives.
Identify opportunities for integrating program concepts and tools into their improvement work
Support teams in meeting Accreditation standards which encourage co-design processes and environments
Special Course Features:
Continental breakfast and sign-in at 8:15AM
MAINTENANCE OF CERTIFICATION
Attendance at this program entitles certified Canadian College of Health Leaders members (CHE / Fellow) to 6.25 Category I credits toward their maintenance of certification requirement.
As individuals and teams in healthcare, we are called upon each and every day to bring our best to deliver outstanding care in a compassionate way. An enabler of this is our commitment to lifelong learning. The Centre for People Development is yet another way we are demonstrating this commitment.