How can Quality Team Coaching strengthen your rural health care team?

Both coaching and quality improvement are popular topics of conversation in healthcare settings in BC at the moment; however, many offerings available to BC providers focus on individual coaching or quality within teams and projects. Despite the movement in rural healthcare towards both interprofessional team-based care and quality evaluation in health care, few programs coach highly effective … Continue reading

Peer support in uncertain times

Submitted by UBC Rural Continuing Professional Development “Anyone can benefit from peer support,” says Dr. Bruce Hobson, experienced peer mentor, retired family physician and UBC RCPD’s Coaching and Mentoring Program (CAMP)’s new Senior Medical Lead.   In the past two months under Dr. Hobson’s leadership, CAMP has made improvements to ensure the program … Continue reading

New ROAM-SP program to support local maternity services closer-to-home

RCCbc is launching an exciting new program –  the Rural Obstetrical and Maternity Sustainability Program (ROAM-SP) – to enable the delivery of sustainable rural maternity services in BC by identifying, developing, and supporting peer, facility, and regional networks.   ROAM-SP was developed as a response to several challenges in rural maternity services in B.C. The program will create connections and enhance team approaches for maternity care … Continue reading

Quality Team Coaching for Rural BC accepting applications

In the Quality Team Coaching for Rural BC program (QTC4RBC), rural health care teams work with an ICF-certified coach to identify their values and priorities, develop their collective and individual skills, and access resources to help build a culture of safety, learning and quality that leads to positive patient and provider experiences and high-quality patient care. The program provides:   An in-person coaching workshop;   Up to four virtual team coaching sessions after the workshop and up to three one-on-one … Continue reading