Kathy Nduwayo announced as panelist for #CaretoChat: Should I Stay or Should I Go?

BC Care Providers Association (BCCPA) is excited to bring together members and non-members for the first session of Care to Chat’s tenth season. Happening on October 20th at the Terminal City Club and titled Should I Stay or Should I Go? Tips for Employers to Retain Valued Team Members, this event will feature a lineup of healthcare-leading experts including Kathy Nduwayo, VP Operations at Park Place Seniors Living.

Kathy currently serves as Vice President of Operations and was previously a Quality Consultant Nurse at Park Place Seniors Living. Throughout her career, she has worked in numerous areas of the healthcare sector, including residential, palliative, and acute care, both as a nurse and in leadership roles. As a Clinical Consultant for a non-profit home, she worked to improve the quality of care and streamlined workloads to improve resident-centred care. She recently received her Master of Arts in Leadership, specializing in health, at Royal Roads University. Through both her experiences and studies, she brings key insight to improving healthcare work environments for those who care for seniors.

Other announced panelists include Christine Sorensen, Past President at BC Nurses’ Union, and John Bethel, EY National Health Care Leader. They will answer questions such as:

  • What are some of the practical organization and sector-wide strategies for retaining the current staff we have?
  • What are some of the sector-wide strategies to recruit new staff?

Tickets are $85 for members and $135 for non-members and include a three-course lunch. Registration closes October 17th.

Event details:


Thursday October 20th, 2022
11:30 am – 2:00 pm
Terminal City Club Vancouver

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