This report was prepared based on information contributed by conference participants and members of the Fraser Health Ethics and Diversity Services (FHEDS), the 2017 Annual Fraser Health Ethics Conference Steering Committee, conference volunteers and friends of FHEDS.
Conference participants were asked to share three words they consider essential ingredients for a successful team with their tables. They were then invited to share more broadly. 695 index cards were shared and the list below reflects the tally of those values:
- Trust – 88 cards
- Respect – 65
- Support – 58
- Collaboration – 39
- Fun – 36
- Honesty – 29
- Engaged – 29
- Communication – 25
- Commitment – 23
- Cohesiveness – 22
- Shared accountability – 18
Explore the links below to view videos and other resources from the conference.
Hilary Pearson, David Kuhl and Linda MacNutt led 39 teams through 8 group exercises dubbed as Relationship-Centred Care. A key take away from this is the CENTRE guidelines for group meetings.
To view videos and other materials from Hilary, David and Linda’s presentations and facilitated group exercises click on this link.
Lynn Stevenson, Associate Deputy Minister of Health for British Columbia, engaged Kathryn Gretsinger (moderator) in a conversation about interprofessional collaboration and relationship-centred care.
To view the conversation with Lynn’s click on this link.
Bashir Jiwani, Ethicist and Director for Fraser Health Ethics and Diversity Services, prepared conference participants for the afternoon breakout sessions when teams will gather to discuss a case they selected using the Fraser Health Ethics Services ethical decision-making process.
To view Bashir’s presentation click on this link.
The conference included a working session where participants worked through ethical decision-making tools.
The collection of case studies are available here if you are interested in reviewing them or sharing them with your team:
- Case #1 – Integrating a new team member
- Case #2 – Dealing with Jeff’s death
- Case #3 – Mr. Herman
- Case #4 – Mr. John Doe
- Case #5 – Jerome and Gladys
Find here the ethical decision-making frameworks to think through an individual clinical issue or a system-level/policy issue
Looking for 2016 Conference content? Click here for all of our previous year’s resources, videos, and sessions.