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Attachment & Evaluations Coordinator - Job Description & Posting Description

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Division
Ridge Meadows Division of Family Practice
Published Date
2021
Link to File
/media/divresources/Job_Posting_Attachment_Evaluations_Coordinator.docx
Description
"This is a sample job description, with accompanying job posting details, created by the The Ridge Meadows Division of Family Practice for the role of Attachment & Evaluations Coordinator. This document can be used by other divisions as a template or as a starting point when writing similar postings and job descriptions."
Division
Ridge Meadows Division of Family Practice
Corporate Author
Ridge Meadows Division of Family Practice
Published Date
2021
Topics
Primary Care Network
Human Resources
Resource Type
Job Description
File Type
Word
Link to File
/media/divresources/Job_Posting_Attachment_Evaluations_Coordinator.docx
Description
This is a sample job description, with accompanying job posting details, created by the The Ridge Meadows Division of Family Practice for the role of Attachment & Evaluations Coordinator. This document can be used by other divisions as a template or as a starting point when writing similar postings and job descriptions.
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Health Authority
Fraser
Division
Fraser Northwest Division of Family Practice
Published Date
2019
Link to File
/media/divresources/Attachment_HubCoordinator.docx
Description
"A sample job description for the role of Attachment Hub Coordinator, developed by the Fraser Northwest Division of Family Practice."
Health Authority
Fraser
Division
Fraser Northwest Division of Family Practice
Corporate Author
Fraser Northwest Division of Family Practice
Published Date
2019
Topics
Attachment
Human Resources
Primary Care
Primary Care Network
Resource Type
Job Description
File Type
Word
Link to File
/media/divresources/Attachment_HubCoordinator.docx
Description
A sample job description for the role of Attachment Hub Coordinator, developed by the Fraser Northwest Division of Family Practice.
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Boundary Proof of Concept Patient Medical Home/ Primary Care Network: A summary of evaluation findings

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Health Authority
Interior
Division
Kootenay Boundary Division of Family Practice
Published Date
2019-01-08
Link to File
/media/divresources/BoundaryPoCProvincialSummary.pdf
Description
"The document was provided during the GPSC Patient Medical Home Evaluation Webinar. It draws on the GPSC case study of the Boundary PoC in 2018."
Health Authority
Interior
Division
Kootenay Boundary Division of Family Practice
Corporate Author
General Practice Services Committee
Kootenay Boundary Division of Family Practice
Published Date
2019-01-08
Topics
Patient Medical Home
Primary Care Network
Evaluation
Event
GPSC Patient Medical Home Evaluation Webinar
Resource Type
Summary
File Type
Pdf
Link to File
/media/divresources/BoundaryPoCProvincialSummary.pdf
Description
The document was provided during the GPSC Patient Medical Home Evaluation Webinar. It draws on the GPSC case study of the Boundary PoC in 2018.
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Boundary Proof of Concept Patient Medical Home/Primary Care Networks - Case Study

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Health Authority
Interior
Division
Kootenay Boundary Division of Family Practice
Published Date
2019/02
Link to File
/media/divresources/BoundaryPoCCaseStudy.pdf
Description
"This case study is broken into the following main sections: 1) overview of case study approach, 2) Overview of Boundary PoC design and implementation, 3) Key outcomes achieved to date, 4) Key Boundary PoC successes, 5) Key enablers of success in the Boundary PoC process, 6) Key Boundary PoC challenges; and 7) Conclusions and recommendations."
Health Authority
Interior
Division
Kootenay Boundary Division of Family Practice
Corporate Author
General Practice Services Committee
Kootenay Boundary Division of Family Practice
Interior Health Authority
Published Date
2019/02
Topics
Evaluation
Patient Medical Home
Primary Care Network
Team-Based Care
Quality Improvement
Resource Type
Case Study
File Type
Pdf
Link to File
/media/divresources/BoundaryPoCCaseStudy.pdf
Description
This case study is broken into the following main sections: 1) overview of case study approach, 2) Overview of Boundary PoC design and implementation, 3) Key outcomes achieved to date, 4) Key Boundary PoC successes, 5) Key enablers of success in the Boundary PoC process, 6) Key Boundary PoC challenges; and 7) Conclusions and recommendations.
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Burnaby DoFP Neighbourhood Networks Case Study - Executive Summary

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Division
Burnaby Division of Family Practice
Published Date
2022-02
Link to File
/media/divresources/BurnabyDoFP_NeighborhoodNetworksCaseStudy_Executive_Summary.pdf
Description
"This document is the executive summary of the Burnaby DoFP Neighbourhood Networks case study. As part of GPSC commitment to the development of physician networks as a key component of primary care system change, the Burnaby DoFP Neighborhood Network case study explores the development and implementation of three neighborhood networks in Burnaby. The creation of neighborhood networks in Burnaby was prompted by family physicians who recognized the need to bring together family physicians from across local communities to increase their interconnectedness, provide opportunities for local Primary Care Network planning, and enable methods for sharing care with each other with the goal of improving patient access to medical care across Burnaby. Burnaby’s neighborhood networks have supported family physicians to connect socially, learn from each other, identify options for locum coverage and after-hours care, and support referrals to specialist care throughout the networks. Key outcomes: family physicians were able to increase patients’ access to care by referring patients to their family physician peers, expanding their use of locums, working on the development of an Urgent and Primary Care Clinic, and procuring additional healthcare resources for the neighborhood networks. A discussion of the neighborhood network's future goals and next steps is included."
Division
Burnaby Division of Family Practice
Corporate Author
General Practice Services Committee
Published Date
2022-02
Topics
Primary Care Network
Patient Medical Home
Evaluation
Resource Type
Summary
File Type
Pdf
Link to File
/media/divresources/BurnabyDoFP_NeighborhoodNetworksCaseStudy_Executive_Summary.pdf
Description
This document is the executive summary of the Burnaby DoFP Neighbourhood Networks case study. As part of GPSC commitment to the development of physician networks as a key component of primary care system change, the Burnaby DoFP Neighborhood Network case study explores the development and implementation of three neighborhood networks in Burnaby. The creation of neighborhood networks in Burnaby was prompted by family physicians who recognized the need to bring together family physicians from across local communities to increase their interconnectedness, provide opportunities for local Primary Care Network planning, and enable methods for sharing care with each other with the goal of improving patient access to medical care across Burnaby. Burnaby’s neighborhood networks have supported family physicians to connect socially, learn from each other, identify options for locum coverage and after-hours care, and support referrals to specialist care throughout the networks. Key outcomes: family physicians were able to increase patients’ access to care by referring patients to their family physician peers, expanding their use of locums, working on the development of an Urgent and Primary Care Clinic, and procuring additional healthcare resources for the neighborhood networks. A discussion of the neighborhood network's future goals and next steps is included.
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Burnaby DoFP Neighbourhood Networks Case Study - Full Report

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Division
Burnaby Division of Family Practice
Published Date
2022-02
Link to File
/media/divresources/BurnabyDoFP_NeighborhoodNetworksCaseStudy_Full_Report.pdf
Description
"This document details the full case study on the Burnaby DoFP Neighborhood Networks. As part of GPSC commitment to the development of physician networks as a key component of primary care system change, the Burnaby DoFP Neighborhood Network case study explores the development and implementation of three neighborhood networks in Burnaby. The creation of neighborhood networks in Burnaby was prompted by family physicians who recognized the need to bring together family physicians from across local communities to increase their interconnectedness, provide opportunities for local Primary Care Network planning, and enable methods for sharing care with each other with the goal of improving patient access to medical care across Burnaby. Burnaby’s neighborhood networks have supported family physicians to connect socially, learn from each other, identify options for locum coverage and after-hours care, and support referrals to specialist care throughout the networks. Key outcomes: family physicians were able to increase patients’ access to care by referring patients to their family physician peers, expanding their use of locums, working on the development of an Urgent and Primary Care Clinic, and procuring additional healthcare resources for the neighborhood networks. A discussion of the neighborhood network's future goals and next steps is included."
Division
Burnaby Division of Family Practice
Corporate Author
General Practice Services Committee
Published Date
2022-02
Topics
Primary Care Network
Patient Medical Home
Evaluation
Resource Type
Case Study
File Type
Pdf
Link to File
/media/divresources/BurnabyDoFP_NeighborhoodNetworksCaseStudy_Full_Report.pdf
Description
This document details the full case study on the Burnaby DoFP Neighborhood Networks. As part of GPSC commitment to the development of physician networks as a key component of primary care system change, the Burnaby DoFP Neighborhood Network case study explores the development and implementation of three neighborhood networks in Burnaby. The creation of neighborhood networks in Burnaby was prompted by family physicians who recognized the need to bring together family physicians from across local communities to increase their interconnectedness, provide opportunities for local Primary Care Network planning, and enable methods for sharing care with each other with the goal of improving patient access to medical care across Burnaby. Burnaby’s neighborhood networks have supported family physicians to connect socially, learn from each other, identify options for locum coverage and after-hours care, and support referrals to specialist care throughout the networks. Key outcomes: family physicians were able to increase patients’ access to care by referring patients to their family physician peers, expanding their use of locums, working on the development of an Urgent and Primary Care Clinic, and procuring additional healthcare resources for the neighborhood networks. A discussion of the neighborhood network's future goals and next steps is included.
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Burnaby Primary Care Networks Strategic Direction - Conceptual Diagram

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Health Authority
Fraser
Division
Burnaby Division of Family Practice
Published Date
2019-03-21
Link to File
https://media.campaigner.com/media/58/581380/GPSC%20Infosheet%20PCN%202019%20(1).pdf
Description
"This handout details the Burnaby Division's vision for PCN."
Health Authority
Fraser
Division
Burnaby Division of Family Practice
Corporate Author
Burnaby Division of Family Practice
Published Date
2019-03-21
Topics
Primary Care Network
Resource Type
Handout
File Type
Pdf
Link to File
https://media.campaigner.com/media/58/581380/GPSC%20Infosheet%20PCN%202019%20(1).pdf
Originating web page
http://www.divisionsbc.ca/burnaby/our-work/pcn
Description
This handout details the Burnaby Division's vision for PCN.
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Collaboration to Foster FP Networks in the Thompson Region Division of Family Practice - Case Study

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Health Authority
Interior
Division
Thompson Region Division of Family Practice
Published Date
2019/02
Link to File
/media/divresources/FinalReport_CollaborationtoFosterFPnetworksThompsonRegionPMHCaseStudy_Dec2018.pdf
Description
"This case study employed four broad approaches to understand how PSP and the DoFP are working together to support the creation of networks. These approaches included: 1. A review of local documentation that focused on the relationship structure and current work taking place to support the development of FP networks. 2. A literature review which reviewed over 50 research articles, policy and position documents, guidelines, and best practices to focus on understanding how other groups across Canada and the developed world have worked together in primary care to create networks within primary care. These findings are available in Appendix 3. 3. Interviews with key stakeholders at a local, regional and provincial level to understand the various factors (i.e. political, environmental, technological, legal) influencing the development of FP networks in the Thompson Region and BC more broadly. The list of individuals interviewed is included in Appendix 1. 4. A survey of the members of the Thompson Region DoFP which asked questions on their current levels of networking and areas for which they see opportunities to network."
Health Authority
Interior
Division
Thompson Region Division of Family Practice
Corporate Author
General Practice Services Committee
Thompson Region Division of Family Practice
Published Date
2019/02
Topics
Evaluation
Patient Medical Home
Primary Care Network
Engagement
Resource Type
Case Study
File Type
Pdf
Link to File
/media/divresources/FinalReport_CollaborationtoFosterFPnetworksThompsonRegionPMHCaseStudy_Dec2018.pdf
Description
This case study employed four broad approaches to understand how PSP and the DoFP are working together to support the creation of networks. These approaches included: 1. A review of local documentation that focused on the relationship structure and current work taking place to support the development of FP networks. 2. A literature review which reviewed over 50 research articles, policy and position documents, guidelines, and best practices to focus on understanding how other groups across Canada and the developed world have worked together in primary care to create networks within primary care. These findings are available in Appendix 3. 3. Interviews with key stakeholders at a local, regional and provincial level to understand the various factors (i.e. political, environmental, technological, legal) influencing the development of FP networks in the Thompson Region and BC more broadly. The list of individuals interviewed is included in Appendix 1. 4. A survey of the members of the Thompson Region DoFP which asked questions on their current levels of networking and areas for which they see opportunities to network.
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Health Authority
Island
Division
Comox Valley Division of Family Practice
Link to File
/media/divresources/SteeringCommitteeComoxValleyPCNSC_TOR.pdf
Description
"This ToR document was developed by the Comox Valley PCN Steering Committee, and can be used as a guide or template for other PCN Steering Committees when developing their own."
Health Authority
Island
Division
Comox Valley Division of Family Practice
Personal Author
Comox Valley Primary Care Network Steering Committee
Topics
Primary Care Network
Resource Type
Contract
File Type
Pdf
Link to File
/media/divresources/SteeringCommitteeComoxValleyPCNSC_TOR.pdf
Description
This ToR document was developed by the Comox Valley PCN Steering Committee, and can be used as a guide or template for other PCN Steering Committees when developing their own.
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Health Authority
Island
Division
Comox Valley Division of Family Practice
Published Date
2016
Link to File
/media/divresources/CVFP_AGM_MemberPriorityPresentation.pdf
Description
"A presentation on working better together. It focuses on working with allied health providers, community services, and specialists."
Health Authority
Island
Division
Comox Valley Division of Family Practice
Corporate Author
Comox Valley Division of Family Practice
Published Date
2016
Topics
Engagement
Community Engagement
Patient Medical Home
EMR
Mental Health and Substance Use
Nurse
Nurse Practitioners
Team-Based Care
Primary Care Network
Resource Type
Presentation
File Type
Pdf
Link to File
/media/divresources/CVFP_AGM_MemberPriorityPresentation.pdf
Description
A presentation on working better together. It focuses on working with allied health providers, community services, and specialists.
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Designing a Supportive Primary Care System for Family Physicians

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Health Authority
Fraser
Division
Surrey / North Delta Division of Family Practice
Published Date
2019-02-11
Link to File
http://www.divisionsbc.ca/sites/default/files/inline-files/January%20Redesigning%20Primary%20Care%20Event%20Report_0.pdf
Description
"The report provides a snapshot into the discussions that took place aong 50 community physicians in the Surrey-North Delta area."
Health Authority
Fraser
Division
Surrey / North Delta Division of Family Practice
Corporate Author
Surrey / North Delta Division of Family Practice
Published Date
2019-02-11
Topics
Primary Care Network
Primary Care
Patient Medical Home
Resource Type
Report
File Type
Pdf
Link to File
http://www.divisionsbc.ca/sites/default/files/inline-files/January%20Redesigning%20Primary%20Care%20Event%20Report_0.pdf
Originating web page
http://www.divisionsbc.ca/surrey-north-delta/local-initiatives/patient-medical-home
Description
The report provides a snapshot into the discussions that took place aong 50 community physicians in the Surrey-North Delta area.
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Divisions Learning Session 2019 - Event Summary

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Published Date
2019-04-05
Link to File
/media/divresources/DivisionsLearningEvent_2019_Summary_FINAL.pdf
Description
"The event summary from the Divisions Learning Session 2019. This document captures the key themes and highlights of the event, how it could be improved and next steps for Divisions."
Corporate Author
General Practice Services Committee
Published Date
2019-04-05
Topics
Physician Health and Wellness
First Nations
Patient Medical Home
Primary Care Network
Event
Divisions Learning Session 2019
Resource Type
Summary
File Type
Pdf
Link to File
/media/divresources/DivisionsLearningEvent_2019_Summary_FINAL.pdf
Description
The event summary from the Divisions Learning Session 2019. This document captures the key themes and highlights of the event, how it could be improved and next steps for Divisions.
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Doing it Legally – You Need a Common Program Agreement! - Presentation

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Published Date
2018-04-16
Link to File
/media/divresources/PCN_Common_Program_Agreement.pdf
Description
"A presentation at the GPSC Summit 2018 about what will guide how interdisciplinary care teams share clinical patient information between primary care clinics and acute care facilities."
Corporate Author
Ministry of Health
Interior Health Authority
Vancouver Coastal Health
Doctors of BC
Personal Author
Alison Pearce Dr Douglas Kingsford Steven Tam Carol Rimmer
Published Date
2018-04-16
Topics
Primary Care
Patient Medical Home
Primary Care Network
Evaluation
EMR
Telehealth
Event
GPSC Summit 2018
Workshop
Doing it Legally – You Need a Common Program Agreement!
Resource Type
Presentation
File Type
Pdf
Link to File
/media/divresources/PCN_Common_Program_Agreement.pdf
Description
A presentation at the GPSC Summit 2018 about what will guide how interdisciplinary care teams share clinical patient information between primary care clinics and acute care facilities.
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Engaging Specialist Physicians in Primary Care Transformation - Presentation

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Published Date
2018-04-16
Link to File
/media/divresources/GPSC_Summit_Engaging_Specialists_in_Primary_Care_Transformation.pptx
Description
"A presentation from the GPSC Summit 2018 exploring the expansion within the medical circle to include specialist physicians and family caregivers, and identify opportunities to design better care coordination for adults with complex conditions and frailty."
Corporate Author
Shared Care Committee
Doctors of BC
Personal Author
Katie Hill Dr Jiwei Li Janet McLean Margaret English
Published Date
2018-04-16
Topics
Patient-Centred Care
Specialists
Seniors
Shared Care
Primary Care
Patient Medical Home
Primary Care Network
Event
GPSC Summit 2018
Workshop
Engaging Specialist Physicians in Primary Care Transformation
Resource Type
Presentation
File Type
PowerPoint
Link to File
/media/divresources/GPSC_Summit_Engaging_Specialists_in_Primary_Care_Transformation.pptx
Description
A presentation from the GPSC Summit 2018 exploring the expansion within the medical circle to include specialist physicians and family caregivers, and identify opportunities to design better care coordination for adults with complex conditions and frailty.
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Executive Summary - Boundary Proof of Concept PMH/PCN

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Health Authority
Interior
Division
Kootenay Boundary Division of Family Practice
Published Date
2019-02-07
Link to File
/media/divresources/BoundaryPocCaseStudyFinal_Executive_Summary.pdf
Description
"This is the executive summary of a three year project in the Boundary area of BC which began in 2016 to support the implementation of PMHs in five medical clinics, and the creation of a PCN connecting them and the health authority."
Health Authority
Interior
Division
Kootenay Boundary Division of Family Practice
Corporate Author
General Practice Services Committee
Published Date
2019-02-07
Topics
Patient Medical Home
Primary Care Network
Primary Care
Evaluation
Resource Type
Summary
File Type
Pdf
Link to File
/media/divresources/BoundaryPocCaseStudyFinal_Executive_Summary.pdf
Description
This is the executive summary of a three year project in the Boundary area of BC which began in 2016 to support the implementation of PMHs in five medical clinics, and the creation of a PCN connecting them and the health authority.
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Executive Summary - Early Findings on Collaboration to Foster Family Practice Networks

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Health Authority
Interior
Division
Thompson Region Division of Family Practice
Published Date
2019-02
Link to File
/media/divresources/FinalReport_CollaborationtoFosterFPnetworksThompsonRegion_PMHCaseStudy_ExecutiveSummary.pdf
Description
"This is an executive summary on the early findings on collaboration to foster family practice networks, and provides recommendations to further enable family practice networking."
Health Authority
Interior
Division
Thompson Region Division of Family Practice
Corporate Author
General Practice Services Committee
Published Date
2019-02
Topics
Patient Medical Home
Primary Care Network
Primary Care
Evaluation
Resource Type
Summary
File Type
Pdf
Link to File
/media/divresources/FinalReport_CollaborationtoFosterFPnetworksThompsonRegion_PMHCaseStudy_ExecutiveSummary.pdf
Description
This is an executive summary on the early findings on collaboration to foster family practice networks, and provides recommendations to further enable family practice networking.
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Executive Summary - Exploring the Role of Collaborative Structures of Vancouver Island

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Health Authority
Island
Division
Campbell River and District Division of Family Practice
Comox Valley Division of Family Practice
Cowichan Valley Division of Family Practice
Nanaimo Division of Family Practice
Oceanside Division of Family Practice
Rural and Remote Division of Family Practice
South Island Division of Family Practice
Victoria Division of Family Practice
Published Date
2019-01
Link to File
/media/divresources/ExploringtheRoleofCollaborativestructuresonVancouverIsland_ExecutiveSummary.pdf
Description
"This document provides a summary of the overall case study: Exploring the Role of Collaborative Structures of Vancouver Island."
Health Authority
Island
Division
Campbell River and District Division of Family Practice
Comox Valley Division of Family Practice
Cowichan Valley Division of Family Practice
Nanaimo Division of Family Practice
Oceanside Division of Family Practice
Rural and Remote Division of Family Practice
South Island Division of Family Practice
Victoria Division of Family Practice
Corporate Author
General Practice Services Committee
Published Date
2019-01
Topics
Patient Medical Home
Primary Care Network
Primary Care
Evaluation
Resource Type
Summary
File Type
Pdf
Link to File
/media/divresources/ExploringtheRoleofCollaborativestructuresonVancouverIsland_ExecutiveSummary.pdf
Description
This document provides a summary of the overall case study: Exploring the Role of Collaborative Structures of Vancouver Island.
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Health Authority
Vancouver Coastal
Division
Sunshine Coast Division of Family Practice
Published Date
2018-11
Link to File
/media/divresources/SunshineCoastCaseStudyReport_Executive_Summary.pdf
Description
"The case study was commissioned by the GPSC Evaluation Team in consultation with the Sunshine Coast Division of Family Practice, and with the support of the Pender Harbour Health Centre. The case study documented various information including the status and operations of the centre, and the growing partnership between the centre and the division. This is a summary of the overall case study."
Health Authority
Vancouver Coastal
Division
Sunshine Coast Division of Family Practice
Corporate Author
General Practice Services Committee
Published Date
2018-11
Topics
Patient Medical Home
Primary Care Network
Primary Care
Team-Based Care
Resource Type
Summary
File Type
Pdf
Link to File
/media/divresources/SunshineCoastCaseStudyReport_Executive_Summary.pdf
Description
The case study was commissioned by the GPSC Evaluation Team in consultation with the Sunshine Coast Division of Family Practice, and with the support of the Pender Harbour Health Centre. The case study documented various information including the status and operations of the centre, and the growing partnership between the centre and the division. This is a summary of the overall case study.
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Exploring the Role of Collaborative Structures on Vancouver Island - Case Study

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Health Authority
Island
Division
Campbell River and District Division of Family Practice
Comox Valley Division of Family Practice
Cowichan Valley Division of Family Practice
Nanaimo Division of Family Practice
Oceanside Division of Family Practice
Rural and Remote Division of Family Practice
South Island Division of Family Practice
Victoria Division of Family Practice
Published Date
2019/01
Link to File
/media/divresources/ExploringtheRoleofCollaborativestructuresonVancouverIsland_FinalSept182018.pdf
Description
"The purpose of this report is to: -Systematically measure the current collaboration between key stakeholder groups, -Establish an understanding of how the structures in place support collaboration between key stakeholder groups, -Facilitate learning and improvement within the collaborative structures on Vancouver Island, and -Support learning across the province based on the strengths and challenges on Vancouver Island."
Health Authority
Island
Division
Campbell River and District Division of Family Practice
Comox Valley Division of Family Practice
Cowichan Valley Division of Family Practice
Nanaimo Division of Family Practice
Oceanside Division of Family Practice
Rural and Remote Division of Family Practice
South Island Division of Family Practice
Victoria Division of Family Practice
Corporate Author
General Practice Services Committee
Island Health
Published Date
2019/01
Topics
Evaluation
Patient Medical Home
Primary Care Network
Engagement
Resource Type
Case Study
File Type
Pdf
Link to File
/media/divresources/ExploringtheRoleofCollaborativestructuresonVancouverIsland_FinalSept182018.pdf
Description
The purpose of this report is to: -Systematically measure the current collaboration between key stakeholder groups, -Establish an understanding of how the structures in place support collaboration between key stakeholder groups, -Facilitate learning and improvement within the collaborative structures on Vancouver Island, and -Support learning across the province based on the strengths and challenges on Vancouver Island.
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Fraser Northwest Division of Family Practice - Primary Care Network (PCN) - Registered Nurse in Practice Expression of Interest (EOI) Form

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Health Authority
Fraser
Division
Fraser Northwest Division of Family Practice
Published Date
2019
Link to File
/media/divresources/RegisteredNurseinPractice_ExpressionofInterestForm.pdf
Description
"An example of a PCN EOI form from FNW DoFP for the role of RN."
Health Authority
Fraser
Division
Fraser Northwest Division of Family Practice
Corporate Author
Fraser Health Authority
Fraser Northwest Division of Family Practice
Published Date
2019
Topics
Primary Care
Primary Care Network
Nurse
Team-Based Care
Resource Type
Job Description
File Type
Pdf
Link to File
/media/divresources/RegisteredNurseinPractice_ExpressionofInterestForm.pdf
Description
An example of a PCN EOI form from FNW DoFP for the role of RN.
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