Integration of Clinical Care, Research and Teaching

This theme emphasizes the translation of new knowledge into care, punctuated by a desire to see Providence “take risks” and “quickly bring research into the front lines.”

A current example of work being done in this area is Providence's involvement in the BC-led digital technology supercluster initiative.

  • A supercluster is defined as an innovation hotbed that turns ideas into solutions, including innovative products, platforms, and technologies that can be brought to market.
  • This initiative will benefit health care researchers, providers, patients, and industry partners by working together to accomplish the following:
    • Develop genomics-based solutions that enable personalized, precise and targeted cancer treatment.
    • Build tailored-to-patients therapies.
    • Provide Canadians with their health data and insights to assist patients and caregivers in managing health and wellness.

Read more about the supercluster initiative and our involvement in it.

The Ask:

Given this context, help us answer the following:

  • In the next 7 years, how do we ensure continued investment in advancing a research-intensive learning culture that fosters contributions from all medical and research staff, and expedites the incorporation of new knowledge at the beside into our culture of care?
  • What are some of the "quick wins" that should be pursued in this area?

Tell us your thoughts below!

This theme emphasizes the translation of new knowledge into care, punctuated by a desire to see Providence “take risks” and “quickly bring research into the front lines.”

A current example of work being done in this area is Providence's involvement in the BC-led digital technology supercluster initiative.

  • A supercluster is defined as an innovation hotbed that turns ideas into solutions, including innovative products, platforms, and technologies that can be brought to market.
  • This initiative will benefit health care researchers, providers, patients, and industry partners by working together to accomplish the following:
    • Develop genomics-based solutions that enable personalized, precise and targeted cancer treatment.
    • Build tailored-to-patients therapies.
    • Provide Canadians with their health data and insights to assist patients and caregivers in managing health and wellness.

Read more about the supercluster initiative and our involvement in it.

The Ask:

Given this context, help us answer the following:

  • In the next 7 years, how do we ensure continued investment in advancing a research-intensive learning culture that fosters contributions from all medical and research staff, and expedites the incorporation of new knowledge at the beside into our culture of care?
  • What are some of the "quick wins" that should be pursued in this area?

Tell us your thoughts below!