BC-CPCSSN is the British Columbia node of the pan-Canadian CPCSSN. It spans all of British Columbia, extracting data from four different electronic medical records and engaging clinicians and scientists in creating knowledge for and about primary care. BC-CPCSSN forms a part of the primary care data platform of the Strategy for Patient Oriented Primary and Integrated Health Care Innovation Network node: BC-Primary Health Care Research Network. It enables:
- Monitoring and direct feedback to practicing clinicians (family physicians, nurse practitioners)
- Implementation and evaluation of e-health solutions such as the Data Presentation Tool
BC-CPCSSN is guided by a British Columbia clinician advisory committee with governance from the BC-PHCRN Tripartite leadership which includes: science, policy (e.g. Ministry of Health and General Practice Services Committee), and clinician leadership.
Director, BC-CPCSSN and Pan-Canadian CPCSSN | Dr. Sabrina Wong RN, PhD
Dr. Wong is a Professor at the University of British Columbia School of Nursing and Centre for Health Services and Policy Research. She is the co-director of the BC-CPCSSN and co-chairs the SPOR Primary and Integrated Health Care Innovation Network (SPOR-PIHCIN) Coordinating Office and the pan-Canadian CPCSSN. Her research focuses on the delivery and organization of primary health care services, with a focus on health and health care inequities.
University of British Columbia | Faculty of Medicine, School of Population and Public Health, Room 1572206 East Mall, Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z3
Network Manager | Allison Ezzat, PT, PhDinfo@spor.bcphcrn.ca
Website | spor-bcphcrn.ca