What Do Teams Have To Do With It? High-Functioning Teams for Advancing Team-Based Care
Date: February 21, 2021
Team-Based Care, Team-Based Care Webinars, Webinar
Team Up! Team-Based Primary & Community Care in Action is a webinar and podcast series that aims to connect individuals and teams, identify tools to apply to current work underway and share experiences in team-based care across the province.
This webinar examines the importance of high-functioning teams in enabling better care. Dana Hubler and Rahul Gupta will explore the value of high-functioning teams, share evidence on eight elements that foster high-functioning teams, and relate details about the Quality Team Coaching for Rural BC (QTC4RBC) program.
- Explore the impact of high-functioning teams on patient and provider satisfaction, retention and patient outcomes
- Share the elements that foster high-functioning teams
- Describe the Quality Team Coaching for Rural BC program
I was born as a settler in the traditional territory of the Tsimshian people and I am now raising my family on the lands of the K’omoks Nation. As a family physician and as a citizen of this country, I am committed to doing my part to create a kinder and more equitable healthcare system. As a rural family physician, team-based care has always been a matter of survival and a source of joy. When at play, you can find me growing food or flowers, hiking or whipping up some yummy food for my family.
Rahul works as an integrative medical physician, professional coach, mindfulness instructor, and advocate for provider wellness. He is a Certified MBSR Teacher through the Center for Mindfulness and facilitates mindfulness-based interventions for both providers and patients. He also is a Somatic Experiencing (SE) Practitioner and integrates trauma-sensitive approaches into all of his trainings. He has over 18 years of experience being an ICF- Certified Professional Coach, supporting leaders and (more recently) teams in cultivating compassionate self & situational awareness.
Rahul is a Clinical Assistant Professor for the UBC Department of Family Practice.