The HQCA received a poster award for best example of patient and family partnership at Canada’s Forum on Patient Safety and Quality Improvement. These posters looked into continuity of care, which was studied in detail in HQCA’s Continuity of
For Canadian Patient Safety Week BC’s health authorities have launched Mishap Mansion, a resource to bring forward the “spooky” reality of patient safety mishaps. You can get involved by visiting the Mishap Mansion and joining the
The Safe Practice of Dry Needling in Alberta report is a summary of a review conducted by the HQCA in response to a request by the College of Physical Therapists of Alberta to complete an independent review of adverse outcomes, specifically
Safe Transitions in Care The HQCA, along with Alberta Health Services, are partnering with CPSI for the pre-conference, Safe Transitions in Care, which will take place on October 28. Click here for more details. The Canadian Patient Safety
HQCA News Release Mr. Andrew Neuner’s Biography Message from Dr. Tony Fields, Chair, Health Quality Council of Alberta: As Chair of the Health Quality Council of Alberta’s (HQCA) Board of Directors, I am pleased to announce Mr.
The Health Quality Council of Alberta delivered a report to Alberta Health Services (AHS) on June 27, 2014, following their request in May 2013 for the HQCA to conduct an independent review of the implications for quality and patient safety in AHS
Location: Lister Conference Centre, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB The John Dossetor Health Ethics Centre is hosting a one-day symposium:Challenges in Mental Health Ethics. Presenters will discuss challenges in the areas of public awareness,
The Health Quality Council of Alberta (HQCA) is recruiting Albertans to serve on its Patient/Family Safety Advisory Panel. Be a voice for Albertans: Click here for more information Click here to fill out the
The HQCA has released our Quality Connection Spring 2014 Newsletter. The newsletter includes recent HQCA and industry highlights. Click here to view the newsletter.
The Health Quality Council of Alberta (HQCA) released findings and recommendations from two separate reviews that focused on the quality of continuing care in Alberta. The first report examined the quality and patient safety implications of Alberta