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Watch Quality Forum 2019 Presentations Live Online


Quality Forum 2019 is just around the corner!

As part of the Forum’s accreditation as a Patients Included conference, we will be broadcasting Health Talks, the Quality Awards ceremony, breakout sessions and plenary presentations live as they happen.

This year, we’ve made it even easier to tune in to the sessions: they will be streaming on our website! We’ve made a list of all of the sessions and talks that you won’t want to miss:

Tuesday, February 26

Health Talks and Quality Awards Ceremony – 1900 – 2100

Wednesday, February 27

Coast Salish Anthem & Opening – 0815 – 0900
Plenary Presentation: Jeffrey Braithwaite – 0900 – 0940
Extreme Makeover: Patient Partner Edition (A6) – 1000 – 1100
Mock, Yeah: Designing Health Care Environments (B6) – 1130 – 1230
The Patient Voice on What Matters (C4) – 1430 – 1530

Thursday, February 28

Territorial Welcome & Opening – 0815 – 0845
Plenary Presentation: Rhona Flin – 0845 – 0925
Advancing the Voice of Indigenous Peoples (E4) – 0945 – 1045
Engage, Enable, Empower: Strengthening Care for Seniors (F6) – 1115 – 1215
Spreading the Safety Net (G8) – 1330 – 1430
Plenary Presentation: Chris Pointon – 1445 – 1525

How to Watch

It’s as simple as visiting the Council website. Click here when the presentations begin to start the livestream.

Connect with Each Other During the Forum on Social Media

We encourage you to join the conversation on social media using the hashtag #QF19. Post your favourite moments, share what you’re learning and ask questions! Be sure to follow us on Twitter and Facebook for even more updates as Quality Forum approaches.


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One comment on Watch Quality Forum 2019 Presentations Live Online

  • Marlene Montgomery says:

    Thanks so much for providing the opportunity to listen to these amazing presentations!  It is lovely to be able to take part from a distance.  Very inspiring.  The technology works really well, and I feel as if I’m there.