April 28, 07:30 - April 29, 16:00, 2016
Hotel Fort Garry 222 Broadway Winnipeg Manitoba R3C 0R3
Posted on August 04, 2015
This highly interactive day-long course will be practical and specific to your needs. Attendees will work closely with a team of experts in Senior-friendly ED to increase their familiarity with the Geriatric ED Guidelines and to develop strategies to transform their EDs for the oncoming Silver Boom. Join the webinar on Jan 28 to learn more! (see details below)
-Identifying solutions: What are some guidelines and evidence-based best practices from other high-functioning EDs that can be added at your site?
-Advocating for change: What are priorities at your site? What can work? How can you make it happen?
-Creating change at your site: How can you make change happen at your ED? Expert guides help you develop a QI project that you can implement immediately on return to your ED to improve care of older people.
The goal of Western Emergency Department Operations Conference (WEDOC) is to bring local, national and international experts together to explore how we can better address system issues in the management of our Emergency Departments (ED) with a focus on overcrowding. WEDOC annually engages leaders and champions to share their successes, find solutions, develop strategies and motivate all involved to keep Emergency Department Operations work a top priority. On the ground, this conference helps to reenergize and reinvigorate current teams and help new ones understand the challenges and battles that lie ahead. It is the only conference in Canada that is focused on Emergency Department process improvements and efficiencies and that brings together healthcare providers, managers, decision and policy makers together to create a common understanding and awareness of the biggest ED issues. A collaborative effort between the 4 western provinces and 5 major western universities, 2016 is the University of Manitoba’s turn to host 6th Annual WEDOC event.
In addition to the annual conference, WEDOC, in partnership with the UBC CPD, the BC Emergency Services Advisory Committee, and BC Patient Safety and Quality Council presents these exciting virtual learning sessions throughout the year to keep the discussion going around practical solutions to mitigate emergency overcrowding and improve ED operations. Webinars will take place about every other month and are free to attend. Check back often to stay up to date!
Next webinar: Thursday Jan 28
TOPIC: Senior Friendly ED - Cases
Presenter: Don Melady, Emergency Physician, Mount Sinai Hospital
Credits: 1.0 MOC section 1/Mainpro M1 credit
Time: 13:00 Eastern Standard Time
Registration: (FREE!) https://bcpsqc.webex.com/bcpsqc
The webinar link will open 5 minutes prior to start time.
Location: 222 Broadway, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada