Each year the Quality Forum brings together more than 1,250 people working in British Columbia’s health care system to share and discuss how to improve health care quality.
Quality Forum 2022 will take place March 1-3.
The Quality Forum is a great opportunity to learn new skills and strategies, discuss opportunities and challenges, and network with others interested in improving health care. We welcome participants who work in academic, quality improvement, administrative and senior executive roles, as well as physicians, nurses, pharmacists, allied health professionals, patients and students.
Patient Partners' Engagement Opportunities are Now Open
Each year we offer a few ways for patient partners to guide the Forum’s programming and attend the event as participants. We’re doing the same thing for Quality Forum 2022, but with one change: we’re opening up all three engagement opportunities right now so that patient partners can see all of the ways in which they can become involved and RSVP for the ones which best match their interests. Learn about the opportunities and their RSVP deadlines.
Watch Recordings from Quality Forum 2021
We did things a little bit different for our 10th Forum: the event was entirely virtual, allowing us to leverage technology in new ways while providing the same level of dynamic, engaging and high-quality content. Recordings of the plenary and Health Talks presentations can be viewed below and we’ll be continually updating this page with additional resources. If you attended Quality Forum 2021, its virtual event platform on PheedLoop will remain online for six months and we’ve added all session recordings.
Plenary Presentation Recordings
Quality Forum plenary speakers offer moving and thoughtful insights gained through experience from around the world. This year our three speakers delivered 30-minute presentations and then answered audience questions.
Health Talks Presentation Recordings
Health Talks is our annual evening event where awesome speakers answer the question: What are your hopes for health care?
But Health Talks’ speakers don’t use presentations full of bullet points. They use the PechaKucha 20×20 format, where each presentation contains 20 photos and each photo is displayed for exactly 20 seconds before automatically advancing to the next one.