Event
31 Mar

March Education Session

8:30 AM 600 West 10th Avenue, Vancouver, BC 1-888-289-4573

Featured Presentations:

Implementation and Early Results of E-Documentation for Nursing and Allied Health at Abbotsford Regional Hospital

Megan Stowe
Chief Clinical Information Officer, Fraser Health Authority

Megan Stowe is the Chief Clinical Information Officer for Fraser Health Authority. She’s also held clinical leadership roles as Director of Royal Columbian Hospital Redevelopment and Provincial Director of Clinical Operation. Originally from Calgary, Megan has spent the majority of her career in London, UK, working within the acute care sector and service improvement. Her master’s degree is a Master’s of Science in Nursing Leadership in Healthcare from the University of London, King’s College, UK. Megan’s particular professional interests focus on leadership, clinical transformation, technology enablement and strategic planning.

Megan is also an active community member, sitting on the Board of Directors for a non-profit child development society, leading community engagement and leading grant provision. Megan enjoys spending time with her husband and two children either travelling or exploring the local area.

Development and Implementation of an interdisciplinary Clinical Care Plan in PARIS

Deborah Jeske
Leader, Vancouver Coastal health Transformation, Change & Innovation

Deborah is a Registered Nurse with many years of acute care clinical and management experience. In 2012 she joined the VCH Transformation Team focusing on guiding improvements to the PARIS system which supports clinical documentation across all programs within VCH Community. Most recently Debbie is the clinical lead for the eCommunityNEXT Project. Deborah’s educational background includes a Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing, a Master’s degree in Leadership and a green belt in Lean Training.

Dillon Adams
Workflow Improvement Coordinator, Vancouver Coastal health Transformation, Change & Innovation

Dillon’s role as a workflow Improvement Coordinator is to facilitate communication between system users and system developers to ensure a clinical focus in system design. Dillon has been instrumental in the design of the Clinical Care Plan and engaging with clinicians in the design and use of the application. Dillon’s educational background includes a Bachelor of Social Work and a Masters of Health Administration from UBC.