Generative space to accelerate team-based care

Through the TBC @ UBC Network, UBC Health convenes health professionals and leaders, community members, academics, and policymakers to bring forward questions and ideas important for team-based care in British Columbia. The network is supporting province-wide efforts to enhance team-based care in BC by creating a generative space that enables members to learn from each other and connect their efforts. The network is leveraging UBC’s potential to contribute to education, research, evaluation, and knowledge translation in supporting team-based care.

Since its launch in late 2021, the network has grown to 285 members. Network events engage participants around the themes of research, pedagogy, and innovation to identify pressing questions emerging from provincial efforts to advance team-based models of care.

Strategic Objectives

The TBC @ UBC Network advances the following UBC Health strategic objectives:

  • Coordinated responses: Coalesce experts and efforts to further collaborative health education and interdisciplinary research in response to pressing health challenges
  • Evidence for new approaches: Help align university and sector activities to establish evidence for new approaches to health
  • Public and patient engagement: Expand engagement to advance diverse community priorities, enhance learner experiences, and align research activities
  • Education ecosystem in team-based care: Support the establishment of a team-based clinic on campus and connect existing campus and other clinics as learner-informed models for team-based education

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Posted October 24, 2022


  • Collaborative Health Education
  • Health Systems