An Interview With A Panelist- ED SafeCare BC

On November 13th, the BC Care Providers will kick off the second season of the successful Care to Chat speaker series with the topic, “Creating a Culture of Safety in BC’s Continuing Care Sector: Can Anything Be Done To Reduce The Highest Injury Claim Rates in BC?”.

The panel of experts will explore why those working within the continuing care sector have one of the highest injury claim rates in the province and how this negatively affects the quality of care received by seniors. They will also explore the significant financial impact injuries have on BC care providers.

We managed to catch up with Care to Chat panelist and keynote speaker, Jennifer Lyle Executive Director of SafeCare BC for a few words on next weeks care to chat. Hear from Lyle below.

Care to Chat 95% Sold Out

Just a few tickets remain for the upcoming Care to Chat on safety in the continuing care sector. Is there more you could be doing to create a culture of safety in your care homes and keep your staff healthy? Find out next week by reserving your seat here.

An Interview With A Panelist- Jennifer Lyle, Executive Director of SafeCare BC

Who are you, what is SafeCare BC?

Why is occupational health and safety an emerging issue for the sector?

What do you hope to achieve out of the Care to Chat discussion?

Thanks To Our Sponsors

Returning as the sponsors for this season is Medical Pharmacies as Platinum Sponsor, Rexall Specialty Pharmacy as Gold Sponsor, Coutts Pulver LLP and Justice Institute of British Columbia as Silver sponsors.


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