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TBC Practice Approach Orientation

 
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TBC Practice Approach Orientation
by Shenise Power - Monday, 13 May 2019, 7:58 AM
 

Hi everyone, 

I wanted to let you know that there’s a new TBC Practice Approach Orientation Webinar posted under the Webinars (tab) under the TBC heading. This recorded webinar is designed to support planning and delivery for the PSP Team based care Small Group learning series,  specifically for the final session in the series, TBC Practice Approach. This session has pre-requisites, so it may also be useful to review this webinar as part of planning for overall TBC SGLS delivery.


The video has 3 key objectives:

To describe the structure of the series and the final session

To outline the pre-requisites of the final session and explain the rationale for these pre- requisites

Identify specific preparation tasks to support planning


Thank you, please let us know if you have any questions. 

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Re: TBC Practice Approach Orientation
by Lucy Last - Monday, 13 May 2019, 10:45 AM
 

Hi all,


To follow Shenise's earlier post, please note that the final session within the Team-Based Care (TBC) Learning Series, TBC Practice Approach, has been uploaded to the Exchange. This Facilitator Guide is currently a draft while we certify the content. However, the information provided will help those who are planning to deliver any session in the series, and may be useful to review in the meantime.

Please note that it is recommended that teams complete the full series prior to participating in the TBC Practice Approach session. However, if this is not possible, teams can instead complete specific pre-requisite activities prior to participating in the final TBC Practice Approach session. Please see the recent TBC Orientation Video for more details about this, as well as additional support for the facilitation of the TBC Learning Series.

Please note that updated versions of each of the other TBC Facilitator Guides have also been updated to include information regarding the prerequisites.


Thank you,

Lucy and Mallory