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Core Site Presentations 2015-2016 Tuesday January 27, 2015 Vancouver Coastal Health Island Health Providence Health Care Northern Health
Internship Core Site Presentation Site: Vancouver Coastal Health (VGH, UBCH, GFS, RH, LGH) Presenter: Eileen Cabrera Email: email@example.com Date: January 27, 2015
Meet the Site Coordinators Theresa Cividin –Practice Leader, Clinical Nutrition, Vancouver Acute (GFS, UBCH, VGH) –Core Site Internship Coordinator Eileen Cabrera –Practice Coordinator, Clinical Nutrition, VGH –Core Site Internship Coordinator
About the Health Authority Delivers acute, residential and community health care services Services > 1 million residents (25% of BC’s pop’n) 22,000 staff Vision: “People First” – We will be leaders in promoting wellness and ensuring care by focussing on quality and innovation
Placement Sites Nutrition Care Sites: VGH UBCH GF Strong Rehab Centre Richmond Hospital Lion’s Gate Hospital BC Women’s Health Centre Population and Public Health Sites: Vancouver/Richmond/ North Shore Management Sites: VGH UBCH Lion’s Gate GF Strong Rehab Centre Richmond Hospital Minoru Residence Lions Manor Dogwood Lodge George Pearson Centre Holy Family **Interns can expect to be placed at 2-3 different nutrition care sites and 2-3 different management sites.
Program Highlights Vancouver – Acute Services (VGH, GF Strong, UBCH)— 39 FTE of dietitians VGH: 900 acute care beds, 160 residential care beds, ambulatory care clinics; 50 dietitians Specialized and Tertiary Care Major Provincial Referral Centre for: –Neurosciences, Lung and Liver Transplant, Bone Marrow Transplant, Spinal Cord Injury, Burns and Trauma Unit, Adult Metabolic Clinic
Program Highlights GF Strong: Rehab care; 3 dietitians UBC Hospital: Acute care, residential care, mental health, outpatient counselling; 4 dietitians Lion’s Gate Hospital: Acute care, residential care; 7 dietitians (Coastal: 25 dietitians) Richmond Hospital: Acute care, residential care; 13 dietitians Vancouver – Community Services (Community Health Centres, Residential Care); 21 dietitians
You may wish to consider this Core Site if you… Are interested in experiencing a variety of specialized areas for nutrition care placements Like working in a fast paced environment Can adapt to changing environments every 2-3 weeks Look forward to collaborating with a dynamic team of health care professionals Look forward to working with an excellent team of dietitians…...
Island Health Authority (Vancouver Island) Jennifer Eskes, RD, MSc Island Health Internship Coordinator (Interim) firstname.lastname@example.org January 27, 2015
Meet the Internship Coordinator
Island Health Authority Provides health care to more than 765,000 people on Vancouver Island, the islands of the Georgia Strait, and in the mainland communities north of Powell River and south of Rivers Inlet. Over 18,000 staff ~100 RDs 150+ Facilities
Some Potential Placement Sites South Island (Victoria and area): Royal Jubilee Hospital, Victoria General Hospital, Saanich Peninsula Hospital Royal Jubilee Hospital Victoria General Hospital
Other Potential Placement Sites Central Island Duncan, Nanaimo, Port Alberni North Island (North of Nanaimo): Campbell River, Comox, Port McNeill and Port Hardy Campbell River Hospital Nanaimo General Hospital St. Joseph’s Hospital (Comox)
Island Health Internship Program Highlights Regularly scheduled education afternoons with Island RDs Opportunities for interns to be placed in rural communities Population and Public Health placements opportunities: Aboriginal Health Nutritionists (Victoria & Campbell River) Public Health Nutritionists in Victoria, Comox, Port Alberni, Nanaimo or Duncan Variety of clinical placement opportunities: Pediatrics: acute, special care nursery, swallowing disorder clinic, HIV clinic CF and Transplant clinics Bariatric program Home & Community Care Elective possibilities: BC Cancer Agency, Ministry of Health, and many others!
You May Wish To Consider Island Health If… … you have friends or family living on the island …are interested in a rural or Aboriginal Health placement settings …seeking employment in Victoria post-internship …you enjoy the great outdoors and all it has to offer …if hiking, mountain biking trails, fishing, whale watching interest you
Feel free to contact Jennifer directly Jennifer Eskes, RD, MSc email@example.com Phone: 250.370.8111 Local 15250
Internship Core Site Presentation St. Paul’s Hospital Frances Johnson, Professional Practice Leader firstname.lastname@example.org Valli Fraser, Clinical Coordinator email@example.com Providence Health Care
About Providence Health Care Largest Catholic health care organization in Canada Guided by the principle How You Want To Be Treated Provides care to 350,000 patients and residents each year Trains medical and other health care professionals Research
Meet the Site Coordinators
Map of Providence Health Care (PHC) 7 main sites –St. Paul’s Hospital –Mt. St. Joseph Hospital –Brock Fahrni Pavilion –Youville Residence –Langara Residence –Holy Family Hospital –Honoria Conway 6 Community renal dialysis units
St. Paul’s Hospital Opened in 1894 with 25 beds Now over 500 acute care beds Academic/research facility affiliated with UBC Specializes in areas such as heart disease, kidney disease, eating disorders, HIV treatment and the care of the disadvantaged populations
Mount St Joseph Hospital A community hospital on the eastside of Vancouver 108 acute and 100 long term care beds Has multicultural approach to service delivery
Holy Family Hospital Located in southeast Vancouver 75 inpatient beds and 142 residential care beds Provides rehabilitation and elder care services both inpatient and outpatient
Other placement sites Brock Fahrni Residential care facility next to Children’s Hospital 148 residents, some are armed forces veterans Langara Residential care facility in the south Cambie area for 197 residents Mental health facility for 20 patients Youville Residential care facility on Cambie and 33rd Ave for 42 residents Mental health facility for 38 patients
Program Highlights Wide range of interesting patients means wide range of interesting experiences Individuals who live and work in Vancouver including business people and downtown residents Disadvantaged populations including the poor and homeless Patients from throughout B.C. for specialized services such as cardiac, renal, diabetes, HIV/AIDS, eating disorders, adult cystic fibrosis Visitors to Vancouver
Program Highlights Over 50 dietitians who work in a variety of interesting positions
Nutrition Care 1 Learning the basics of clinical nutrition in: –Elder Care Residential care sites –Medicine at St Paul’s Hospital or Mt St Joseph Hospital
Nutrition Care 2 Cardiac GI surgery Diabetes Teaching and Treatment Centre Renal programs including chronic renal failure, dialysis and transplant HIV Eating disorders
Nutrition Care 3 Healthy Heart Program Outpatient dietitian services Nutrition support including home enteral nutrition
Nutrition Care 4 Relief in both inpatient and outpatient areas of either MSJH or St. Paul’s Hospital
Other possible experiences HIV/ AIDS Mental health including eating disorders or psychiatry Adult cystic fibrosis Geriatric medicine
Population and Public Health Vancouver Community North Shore Community together with options such as Dairy Foundation, Save on Foods
Electives Students arrange their own electives depending on their interests Pediatric placement at Women’s and Children’s Hospital may be available for one of our interns
Management Sodexo Food Service Dietitian and Managers supervise a self-directed project based placement at St. Paul’s Hospital
Projects Research project Journal review Case Study Nutrition Month
Other activities Regular Dietitians’ meetings Website Committee Patient Education Resources Committee (PERC) Professional Practice Council Networking Committee Continuing education opportunities Multicultural food experiences
You may wish to consider this Core Site for… A dynamic young team of dietitians who offer a wide range of experiences Interesting specialty areas An opportunity to meet and work with many students from a variety of health disciplines Easily accessible public transportation Work in a downtown Vancouver setting
Internship Core Site Presentation Northern Health Authority University Hospital Of Northern British Columbia Shelley Pallot, RD firstname.lastname@example.org Stefanie Finch, RD Stefanie.email@example.com 2015 January 27
47 Meet the Site Coordinators Shelley Pallot Stefanie Finch
49 About Northern Health Authority Covers an area of nearly of 600,000 square kilometers in size (the size of France!!) Offers services in over two dozen communities through 50 health facilities (including hospitals, community health centers, public health units and long term care facilities) Partners extensively with educational institutions as part of a effort to train more health professionals in Northern BC.
50 Scenes from the North
52 Northern Health Placement Opportunities University Hospital of Northern British Columbia BC Cancer Centre for the North (Prince George) GR Baker Hospital (Quesnel) Fort St John Hospital (Fort St John) St John Hospital (Vanderhoof) Haida Gwaii Mill Memorial Hospital (Terrace) Dawson Creek General Hospital Bulkley Valley District Hospital (Smither)
53 Northern Health Authority Program Highlights Intern centered environment Offers a diverse and hands-on learning experience Opportunity to self-direct internship placements Young work force Dietitians within the north are keen to be preceptors Supportive teaching environment from within the profession and from other health professionals Continuing education opportunities with medical rounds, journal clubs and webinars
54 Intern Comments I think it is important for interns to know that the North is a great opportunity to gain a broad perspective of a small town dietitian’s job. They have a lot of autonomy and flexibility with their work and make a lot of great things happen. The Northern Health dietitians are wonderful and very knowledgeable, I have met so many wonderful people along the way that it is hard to leave each community, but know I have built some amazing friendships that I hope to keep in contact with for years to come. People just need to be a bit adventurous and leave their comfort zone to experience what great things life has to offer. Traveling around to the different towns gives you an idea of what’s available around the north and which communities you might want to work in. You may be surprised and end up really liking a town that you have never been before.
55 Frequently asked questions Are we required to go to all Northern Health sites? What if I don’t have a car? What about accommodation? What about leisure activities?
56 Northern Health may be suited for you if: Have an interest in practicing in a smaller community Enjoy working in diverse settings Enjoy a sense of independence and adventure Enjoy seasonal outdoor activities as well as the Arts University of Northern BC
57 Websites about Activities/Life in the North Northern Health Authority www.northernhealth.ca Caledonia Nordic Ski Club www.caledonianordic.com UNBC Northern Sport Centre www.unbc.ca/nsc Prince George Farmers Market www.farmersmarketpg.ca City of Prince George www.city.pg.bc.ca Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/#!/groups/hellyeahprincegeorge/https://www.facebook.com/#!/groups/hellyeahprincegeorge/