Program


Program

The full conference was recorded and is available to watch. Selected slides are also available for download from the links below.

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

[Watch the recording of the welcome and 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?

[Watch the recording of the panel]
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 [Slides]

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

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

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

[Watch the recording of the welcome and 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 [Slides]
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?

[Watch the recording of the panel and the closing]
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, patient partner

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