Foundations for a Restorative Approach: Health care Harm and Wellbeing
Harm profoundly affects the health and well-being of patients and providers within health care systems. Various health care organizations in British Columbia have recognized the adoption of a restorative approach as a priority in the effort to reimagine and transform our health care system. Join us for a comprehensive information session on the “Foundations for a Restorative Approach: Health Care Harm and Wellbeing” micro-credential course. This session will offer insights into the course’s unique blend of theoretical and practical learning, focusing on the transformative impact of a restorative approach in health care settings.
Date & Time: Wednesday, January 17, 2024 – 12:00 pm – 12:45 pm (PST)
Location: Online (Zoom)
Who Should Attend?
- Health care administrators, practitioners, managers, and individuals interested in restorative health care.
- Diversity and inclusion policymakers seeking transformative strategies in health care.
- Individuals aiming to understand and apply a restorative approach for systemic improvement in health care.
- Explore the course’s innovative curriculum, blending asynchronous and synchronous learning tailored for health care professionals.
- Gain insights into relational and a restorative approach to addressing harm and enhancing wellbeing in health care.
- Discover how this course can strategically enhance your professional development and leadership in health care.
- Understand the application process, course requirements, and the dynamic, collaborative learning environment.
- Participate in a live Q&A session with the faculty and course developers.
Note: Registration is required. We will send you instructions to join the online information session one business day prior to the session date. Can’t make the scheduled time? We will send a link to the session recording to everyone who registers.
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