Strategic Clinical Networks release report series highlighting impact, shared accomplishments and future directions
July 31, 2019
Alberta’s Strategic Clinical Networks have released the first of two reports as part of their SCN Report Series. It paves the way for an exciting journey for the SCNs over the next five years. As a province-wide health system, we share an opportunity to align priorities, leverage resources, and accelerate our progress as a learning health system.
Updated Policy Fosters Safe, Respectful Workplaces
June 5, 2019
The Respectful Workplaces and the Prevention of Harassment and Violence Policy has been approved and is now in effect. This policy replaces the Workplace Violence: Prevention and Response policy.
The Respectful Workplaces and the Prevention of Harassment and Violence policy and associated procedures explains what medical leaders need to know about respectful workplaces and the prevention of harassment and violence to make sure our people feel safe, healthy and valued.
It provides our people with guidance in how to prevent, identify, report and mitigate all types of workplace harassment and violence — external party, worker-to-worker, patient-to-worker, and domestic violence in the workplace.
For the policy suite login to the AHS network via the portal and visit the Respectful Workplaces and the Prevention of Harassment and Violence Policy page.
Alberta Antenatal Pathway — Now Available
March 19, 2019
The Maternal, Newborn, Child & Youth (MNCY) Strategic Clinical Network is pleased to release the Alberta Antenatal Pathway, an online clinical resource tool developed to support clinicians and nurses who provide antenatal care with quick and easy access to evidenced-based, peer-reviewed, and up-to-date information, clinical decision tools, and links to Alberta-based resources. The pathway aims to identify and manage obstetrical risks that will support a healthy pregnancy and optimize mother and baby outcomes.
By applying the pathway consistently, patients can be confident that assessment and access to appropriate care is based on their unique risk factors, no matter where they live in Alberta.
Strengthening Linkages Workshop
March 5, 2019
Registration is now open for AHS CancerControl’s ninth annual oncology workshop for family physicians and health professionals. The event will be held Saturday, April 13, 2019 from 8:15 am - 4:00 pm, in-person and connected via videoconference among sites. A few community sites and Yellowknife site have been added to the existing two Tertiary and four Regional Cancer Centres.
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Advanced Tumour Diagnostics Discovery Day
June 19, 2019 — 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Libin Theatre, Health Sciences Centre,
University of Calgary
From Bench to Bedside
This unique day will provide an opportunity for discovery and dialogue between Alberta innovators, researchers, academics and representatives from the healthcare system, including patients and clinicians.
This full-day event is aimed at increasing awareness of innovative solutions being developed right here in Alberta for advanced tumour diagnostics—innovations that can improve patient care and outcomes in Alberta and globally.
New specialties added to Alberta Netcare eReferral
Alberta Netcare eReferral is Alberta Health Services’ first paperless referral system that allows physicians and clinical support staff to create, submit, track and manage referrals electronically.
On May 21, 2019, new specialties were added to eReferral Consult Requests (e.g., requests for in-person appointments with a specialist) in the Calgary Zone, including:
Child and Adolescent Psychiatry was also added to eReferral Advice Request (e.g., non-urgent questions sent to a specialist and responded to within five calendar days) in the Central (patients in Red Deer and south), Calgary and South AHS Zones.
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