LOUD in the ED

Loud in the ED

LOUD in the ED

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The Learning about Opioid Use Disorder in the Emergency Department (LOUD in the ED) Collaborative is a provincial quality improvement initiative focused on ED care for people who use opioids.

LOUD in the ED is an initiative lead by the Council in partnership with the Overdose Emergency Response Centre and the BC Center on Substance Use to shift how emergency departments care for people who use opioids.

This virtual action series will include a combination of virtual learning, coaching, networking and local improvement actions. Twenty-five teams from across the province will engage in learning and application of change ideas related to clinical practice, education, person- and provider-centred care and connections to the community. Participating teams will also engage with each other to share new learning and insights from their local improvement work.

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Event

Date

Learning Session 1: Recommended Clinical Decision Support

Action Period 1 Coaching Call: Case Study

Action Period 1 Coaching Call: Pharmacy & Microdosing

Tuesday, October 6 @ 0800-1130

Wednesday, October 21 @ 1000-1100

Wednesday, October 28 @ 1330-1430

Learning Session 2: Clinical Education & Strategies

Action Period 2 Coaching Call: Education Strategies

Action Period 2 Coaching Call: PPO Case Study

Tuesday, December 1 @ 1200-1300

Wednesday, December 9 @ 1500-1600

Tuesday, December 15 @ 14000-1500

Learning Session 3: Person- and Provider-Centred Care

Action Period 3 Coaching Call: Case Study – EQUIP in Action

Action Period 3 Coaching Call

Tuesday, December 1 @ 1200-1300

Wednesday, December 9 @ 1500-1600

Tuesday, December 15 @ 1400-150

Learning Session 4: Connection Continuum

Action Period 4 Coaching Call

Action Period 3 Coaching Call

Week of January 11, 2021

Week of January 18, 2021

Week of January 18, 2021

Action Period 5 February 2021

 


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Key Contact

Kate Harris
Leader, Health System Improvement
kharris@bcpsqc.ca
778.931.1252