TBC @ UBC is working closely with UBC partners and key groups across the province to ensure teams have access to the right services and resources. We understand the evolving landscape of team-based care in BC and can connect you with services at UBC and across the province.
UBC PARTNERS AND RESOURCES
The TBC Asset Map highlights the wide range of clinical, educational, research, and evaluation assets, as well as expertise and relationships, related to team-based care across UBC. These resources can be leveraged to contribute to the advancement of team-based care and education. The asset map is an iterative document and will grow and evolve through networking and collaboration as we continue to engage a broader range of partners.
An online module series designed to promote collaborative models of practice and support the development of team-based competencies.
Connects, engages, and partners with those who are actively involved in innovation in community-situated, primary care in BC. Works collaboratively with others at UBC and other partners, being guided by their needs, to help explore how to support innovation. Have been focusing on the various activities in primary care related to the changes in team-based care, helping explore how to create teams and how to evaluate their community-situated team-based care projects.
Home of the BC arm of the Canadian Primary Care Sentinel Surveillance Network (BC-CPCSSN)
One of 11 Strategy for Patient Oriented Research (SPOR) Primary and Integrated Health Care Innovations (PIHCI) networks in Canadian provinces/territories, designed to support evidence-informed transformation of the delivery of primary and integrated health care. The goal of the BC-PHCRN is to encourage, facilitate, and support collaborations between government, health authorities, health professionals, patients and researchers. The BC-PHCRN aims to seek out, develop, and facilitate adoption of health care innovations to improve BC’s health care delivery system.
A team of medical education professionals dedicated to helping physicians across BC improve their knowledge, professional performance and technical skills, offering regular courses, programs, resources and support to physicians and other health care practitioners in a range of rural and urban settings.
A new ‘spread network’ to support an Interprofessional Collaborative Approach (IPC) to care.