Archived Events & Newsletters

Innovation Collaborative Workshop #2

Lister Conference Centre, Edmonton 04/06/2017 9:00 AM

April 6, 2017 | 9 - 4 PM

The 4 Renal Insufficiency Clinic Pilot sites had an opportunity to reflect on their quality improvement scorecards and action plans over the past 6 months, at our 2nd CKM Innovation Collaborative on 06 April 2017. In addition to the nurses, dieticians and social workers working in the clinics, we also had collaborators present from a variety of health care backgrounds: emergency, EMS, long term care, home care, family medicine and palliative care – within rural and urban settings.
 
The clinics had an opportunity to share their successes and challenges while caring for clients on the CKM pathway. In addition to learning about our community collaborators, teams had an opportunity to review where they are focusing their efforts, modify their quality indicators and update their action plans.
 

CKM Education Day - Advanced Care Planning & Patient Decision Aid

Lister Conference Centre, Edmonton 02/10/2017 9:00 AM

Feb 10, 2017 | 9 - 4 PM

Education was provided to 4 pilot sites (kidney clinics in Edmonton and Red Deer) . Topics included:

  • Advance Care Planning and practice for engaging with patients in these crucial conversations
  • Demonstration and feedback about the new CKM Patient Decision Aid tool

Innovation Collaborative Workshop #1

Lister Conference Centre - Aurora Room, Edmonton 09/29/2016 9:00 AM

Sept 29, 2016 | 9 - 4 PM

The Kidney Health Strategic Clinical NetworkTM of Alberta Health Services is piloting the CKM pathway this fall in 4 kidney clinics from Central, Edmonton, and North Zone.

This workshop will focus on ‘how’ each clinic plans to implement the clinical pathway.  Teams will be supported to create practical implementation plans, and quality improvement scorecards using the AHS Innovation Collaborative methodolgy.

CKM Education Day - Clinical Pathway Training for NARP Renal Insufficiency Clinics

Lister Conference Centre, Edmonton 09/13/2016 8:30 AM

Sept 13, 2016 | 8:30 - 3:30 PM

Education provided to 4 pilot sites (kidney clinics in Edmonton and Red Deer) in September. Topics included:

  • The choice for Conservative Kidney Management
  • Symptom management and CKD guidelines for CKM patients.
  • Information about community partners such as homecare, EMS, palliative care, and geriatrics and how we can work together to optimize care.
  • Advance Care Planning and practice for engaging with patients on this topic.

Provincial Telehealth

07/07/2016 9:00 AM

July 7, 2016 | 9 - 10:30 AM

The CKM Project Team showed a sneak peek of the online clinical pathway & education materials to ask for your feedback prior to the official launch in Sept 2016. Watch the telehealth.

Provide your feedback about this telehealth: survey

Provincial Telehealth

02/09/2016 9:00 AM
Feb 9, 2016 | 9 - 10:30 AM

The CKM Project Team hosted a provincial telehealth to share the results of the World Cafés and how your input has shaped the implementation strategies. We also discussed how the guidelines were developed and the topics that they address. Watch the telehealth.

Provide your feedback about this telehealth: survey

CKM World Cafe - Southern Alberta

Calgary 11/12/2015 1:00 PM

Nov 12, 2015 | 1 - 4 PM

A World Cafe was hosted to identify current challenges, enablers, and opportunities to providing excellent care for patients who choose conservative kidney care. We engaged with stakeholders from Southern and Central Alberta across healthcare discplines, settings, and patients/families.  Stakeholders included nephrologists, nurses, social workers, pharmacists, managers, home care providers, palliative care, emergency departments, seniors health, and primary care.

The input from the World Café was used to support the development, implementation, and evaluation of the provincial Conservative Kidney Management clinical pathway.

CKM World Cafe - Northern Alberta

Edmonton 09/23/2015 1:00 PM

Sept 23, 2015 | 1 - 3 PM

A World Cafe was hosted to identify current challenges, enablers, and opportunities to providing excellent care for patients who choose conservative kidney care. We engaged with stakeholders from Northern and Central Alberta across healthcare discplines, settings, and patients/families.  Stakeholders included nephrologists, nurses, social workers, pharmacists, managers, home care providers, palliative care, emergency departments, seniors health, and primary care.

The input from the World Café was used to support the development, implementation, and evaluation of the provincial Conservative Kidney Management clinical pathway.

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