Change Ambassadors Network BC

Change Ambassadors Network BC

Change Ambassadors Network BC

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The Change Ambassadors Network BC was created in 2016 to foster connections and support between individuals working to drive positive changes in the BC health care system.

The purpose of the group is to facilitate the spread of innovative ideas and transformation in the health care system, and provide opportunities for professional development and collaboration among members. We coordinate activities such as Randomized Coffee Trials and membership is open to everyone in BC. Members are invited to attend regular online meetings and participate in virtual and in-person learning opportunities.

The Network was inspired by the volunteers who participated in the first-ever Change Day BC campaign in 2015 asking anyone involved in the health system to make one small change to improve care.

Join the Network

Are you passionate about improvement work and want to meet others who are too? Want to meet other Change Agents/Ambassadors in the province to learn about them and what they are up to?

CAN-BC was created for anyone who is working to create change and help transform our system, one step at a time, whether their change is big or small, system focused or personal. If you identify with that description, then our resources, learning opportunities, and community can support you!

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What Matters to You?

When a health care provider starts a conversation by asking what really matters to the person they are caring for, it helps them to build trust, develop empathy, and understand their patients. Ultimately, it improves the quality of care they provide.

Change Day

Change Day is a global movement that was started in 2013 by the National Health Service (NHS) in England, which invites any person involved in health or social care to make a pledge and change one small thing to improve care. Pledges can encompass anything, from the small (learning each patient’s name) to the large (connecting 250 members of an organization in a randomized coffee trial).

Key Contact

Sabrina Khan
Project Coordinator, Health System Improvement