Please join us for Breakfast with the Chiefs on October 18 featuring Michael Gardam – Register Now

by Admin on October 3, 2017

in Educational Opportunities


The Complex Road to Lasting Change
Front-Line Ownership (FLO) was born out of frustration with trying to create successful patient safety programs. Deep engagement of those who need to change allows for co-creation and results in sustained ownership rather than transient buy-in. Dr. Gardam will provide several examples of how FLO has been used to improve patient safety and how it can work synergistically with process improvement methodologies such as the Model for Improvement.

A Breakfast with the Chiefs Presentation.
Speaker: Dr. Michael Gardam,
Chair of the Medical Advisory Committee at the University Health Network

Wednesday, October 18, 2017
8:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. (Join us for breakfast at 7:30 a.m.)
Sinai Health System,
Mount Sinai Hospital,
Ben Sadowski Auditorium, 18th Floor,
600 University Avenue,
Toronto, ON, Canada


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