Five Days in May is a provincial research showcase presented by the five regional health authorities and the First Nations Health Authority.
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We're proud to return as sponsors for the 2022 BC Rural Health Conference on May 13-15, 2022 in Penticton, BC.
We're proud to return as exhibitors for 4th Annual BC Substance Use Conference being held virtually on May 16-17, 2022.
The Quality Forum is our annual conference that brings together British Columbia’s health care community to share and discuss how to improve quality across the continuum of care. Quality Forum 2022 will be held on May 31 - June 2 in Vancouver, BC.
We're proud to return as sponsors for The BCCPA 2022 45th Annual Conference — titled Up, Up and Away! — which will return to the Fairmont Chateau Whistler on June 5 to 8th, 2022.
We're proud to return as sponsors for The 16th Annual Nurse Practitioner Conference on June 9 - 11, 2022 in Richmond, BC.
Join us and the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) British Columbia Chapter for a session where patient partners and project leaders will speak firsthand about how the principles of patient engagement have been applied to health care projects across British Columbia.
You’re invited to a one-hour information session to learn about the Clinician Fellowship in Health Care Quality program. The session will cover an overview of the fellowship as well as its application and selection process.
We're proud to co-host the 39th global TUFH conference along with The Network: Towards Unity for Health (TUFH) and Rural Coordination Centre of BC. This year's theme is "Moving Forward Together: Unity for Health for All."
Join us for a review of the updated BC Sepsis Network Adult Inpatient Toolkit. Provincial Clinical Lead, Dr David Sweet will discuss our updated recommendations based on publication of the Surviving Sepsis Guidelines last fall and BC expert consensus.