Evidence 2 Excellence (E2E) is an academic organization established to improve clinical and operational outcomes for emergency departments (ED) across British Columbia. E2E provides a grass roots collaborative model for improvement and knowledge translation by connecting sites and clinicians across the province through an online community.
In partnership with the BC Ministry of Health, the UBC eHealth Strategy Office, BC Patient Safety and Quality Council, and the UBC Department of Emergency Medicine, E2E is a leading provider of BC-based ED improvement work.
Currently, E2E is working with BC PSQC to facilitate the Ministry of Health’s Clinical Care Management Program areas of Sepsis and Stroke. Visit www.clinicalcaremanagement.ca.
- Demand and Capacity in Triage
- OVERCAPACITY CARE AND THE OVERCAPACITY PROTOCOL
- E2E_Approach to ED_Flow
- IHI White Paper Going Lean in Health Care
- Jody Crane Presentation_-The Mary Washington Way: Creating Patient Value by Promoting Flow
- Re-designing The Front End Part 1
- Re-designing The Front End Part 2
- Lean Tools in the ED (Part 1)
- Managing Patient Flow
- Perfecting Patient Flow
- Queuing Theory -Dr. Jody Crane
- Report of the ED Decongestion Expert Panel FINAL
- Role of Paramedics in the ED. Presenter: Sam Campbell
- Triage Issues in Western Canadian ED's: A Panel Discussion. June 18, 2015
- What Makes A Physician Highly Productive? Dr. Grant Innes. Mar 24, 2015
- Dr. Drew Digney. Are Rising Ed Volumes A Problem?
- Addressing ED Overcrowding: Experience with throughput interventions - Dr. Brian Rowe
- Consultations in the ED - Dr. Brian Rowe
- ED Overcrowding and Access Block - Dr. Alan Drummond
- Strategic Clinical Networks, Alberta Health Services: What have we learned? Dr. Tom Noseworthy
- The Senior Friendly Emergency Dept
- Break the Rules and Put Patients First