The Quality Awards are presented by the BC Patient Safety and Quality Council and celebrate individuals, teams and projects that have improved health care in the province. PHSA placed in four catergories this year. Congratulations to each of these winners and runner-ups - you make B.C. health care better in countless ways and we applaud your hard work and commitment to patients and families!
Through their innovative program and commitment to knowledge-sharing, a single location of BC Cancer’s adult childhood cancer survivors program offers important health services to a vulnerable population across B.C.: people who were treated for cancer as children. Learn more about this program here
Roy Stanley exemplifies the characteristics of an Everyday Champion, going beyond his role as a paramedic with steadfast devotion and activities to engage his colleagues in patient safety and reforming paramedic safety standards. Read more about Roy's exceptional background here
Trudy Adam is dedicated to improving patient safety and making a difference for mental health patients at BC Children’s Hospital. By fostering collaborative, ongoing risk management and shared responsibility, she has helped her team provide better person- and family-centred care. Read more about Trudy's accomplishments here
By developing evidence-based clinical pathways, the pediatric nephrology clinical pathway development team aims to provide standardized care for patients with numerous childhood kidney conditions. Learn more about the team's work here
Once again, congratulations to all the winners and runner-ups. Thank you for your dedication to the health of B.C.'s most vulnerable populations.