Rural health teams: is quality team coaching is a fit for you?


In Quality Team Coaching for Rural BC (QTC4RBC), rural healthcare teams work with a coach to identify values and priorities, develop collective and individual skills, and access resources to build a culture of safety, learning, and quality leading to positive patient and provider experiences and high-quality care. The program provides:

  • A virtual workshop with an ICF-certified coach (six (6) two-hour modules);
  • Up to four virtual team coaching sessions and up to three one-on-one coaching sessions for leadership;
  • A concierge service linking your team to BC programs and resources;
  • Up to $40,000 for further team educational opportunities or to cover expenses of a quality improvement project;
  • Opportunity to work on a self-chosen quality project with mentorship from an advisor;
  • Up to 21.75 Mainpro+ credits or 7.25 MOC Section 3 Simulation hours

Rural healthcare teams may apply – submissions from RSA A or B communities will be prioritized. At least one physician must be part of the application team (or 20% if the team is more than 8). Interprofessional and leadership participation in the program is encouraged. Apply by October 30.

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