Program


Program

All times are Pacific Standard Time

Day 1: Monday, March 8


9:00 am | Welcome

Sabrina Wong, UBC Centre for Health Services and Policy Research
Coast Salish Elder Roberta Price, Snuneymuxw and Cowichan First Nations


9:10 am | Keynote

This keynote will set the stage by explaining what we mean by integrated care and why it has been difficult to move in this direction.
Chair: Jason Sutherland, UBC Centre for Health Services and Policy Research

Can we counter gravity? A policy perspective on integrated care
Speaker: Pierre-Gerlier Forest, University of Calgary
Respondent: Coast Salish Elder Roberta Price, Snuneymuxw and Cowichan First Nations
Respondent: Tess Romain, Toronto Central Local Health Integration Network

Followed by audience Q&A


10:20 am | Break

10:40 am | Integration of care: What do we know?

This panel will provide international and Canadian examples of where an integration of care approach has been successful.
Chair: Michael Law, UBC Centre for Health Services and Policy Research

Interdisciplinary clinical care network for post COVID recovery: A BC example
Speaker: Adeera Levin, University of BC and Providence Health Care

International learnings from case studies: Organizational practice combined with jurisdictional practice
Speaker: Walter Wodchis, Institute for Better Health, Trillium Health Partners

The role of digital health in integrated care delivery
Speaker: Carolyn Steele Gray, Bridgepoint Collaboratory for Research and Innovation, Lunenfeld-Tanenbaum Research Institute

Followed by audience Q&A


12:00 pm | Break

12:15 pm | Poster session I

Day 2: Tuesday, March 9


12:15 pm | Poster session II

1:00 pm | Welcome

Sabrina Wong, UBC Centre for Health Services and Policy Research


1:10 pm | Keynote

This keynote will focus on the importance of policy enablers coupled with collaborative local integration, and share work from New Zealand on the necessary and sufficient conditions for integration.
Chair: Kim McGrail, UBC Centre for Health Services and Policy Research

The do’s and don’ts of nurturing local collaborative capacity to support health sector integration: Reflections on recent experiences in New Zealand and beyond
Speaker: Tim Tenbensel, University of Auckland
Respondent: Mary Beaucage, Can-SOLVE Chronic Kidney Disease Network Patient Governance Circle

Followed by audience Q&A


2:15 pm | Break

2:35 pm | What is needed to facilitate integration?

This panel will provide examples of addressing structural issues and lack of integration from primary care and long term care in BC, and opportunities for research.
Chair: Alex Singer, University of Manitoba

Influencing organizational collaboration within BC
Speaker: Morgan Price, University of BC

Long term care: The next chapter
Speaker: Jennifer Baumbusch, University of BC

Accelerating integrated care through research innovation
Speaker: Jessica Nadigel, CIHR Institute of Health Services and Policy Research

Respondent: Kevin Turner

Followed by audience Q&A


3:45 pm | Closing

Chair: Morris Barer, UBC Centre for Health Services and Policy Research
Speaker: Steven Lewis, health policy consultant