A non-fiction medical drama through the eyes of the patient. Join us as we dive into the world of patient safety, where medicine, design, and politics meet, and everything we think about modern healthcare is thrown into question.
Episode Three | THOUSANDS OF HANDPRINTS / DES MILLIERS D’EMPREINTES
As the Canadian Patient Safety Institute takes an exciting step into the future, we look back at their impact on the field of patient safety.
Alors que l’Institut canadien pour la sécurité des patients franchit une étape stimulante vers l’avenir, nous jetons un regard rétrospectif sur son incidence dans le domaine de la sécurité des patients.
Episode Two | THE HELPERS / LES AIDANTS
When things go wrong, how do we take care of our caregivers?
Quand les choses tournent mal, comment pouvons-nous prendre soin de nos soignants?
Episode One | ON THE FAR SIDE OF A SCREEN / DE L’AUTRE CÔTÉ DE L’ÉCRAN
From fax machines to Zoom calls, what does healthcare look like through a video screen?
Des télécopieurs aux appels Zoom, à quoi ressemblent les soins de santé à travers un écran vidéo?
Special Episode / Canadian Patient Safety Week
In this episode of PATIENT, we talk about Canada’s silent healthcare epidemic, which claims 28,000 lives every year. We want to teach Canadians that if something looks wrong, feels wrong, or is wrong – we need to speak up, in the moment. Robin McGee from Patients for Patient Safety Canada, Nurse Abigail Hain and CPSI CEO Chris Power reveal that by conquering silence, we can begin to work together to solve the healthcare issues we face.
Special / Learn how to start a clean care conversation
CPSI is happy to launch a very special episode of PATIENT for STOP! Clean Your Hands Day 2019!
Special Guest Host, Jason “The Germ Guy” Tetro, host of “Super Awesome Science Show" and Author of “The Germ Code” and “The Germ Files” talks about how patients can initiate a dialogue and create a partnership with their providers on clean care. The two speakers are Carmen Stephens, Patient Partner with Patients for Patient Safety Canada (PFPSC), and Davenna Conrod, a nurse with over 15 years of Infection Prevention & Control work experience across the spectrum of health care.
Episode Three / TWO JUMBO JETS
In the final episode, Judith and a team of activists, healthcare professionals, and pharmacists, reflect on the medical system that allowed Judith’s condition to continue unabated for so long, while trying to figure out what comes next.
Engaging and so fun to listen to!
Informative and Engaging
Well produced and informative podcast. Well worth the listen.
Irritating background music
The content is great. But the background music is irritating. I want to hear the content, not music. If I want music I don't want someone talking over it. Please! One or the other.