We asked Sarah Lambrick to tell us (and a few hundred of our friends) about her hopes for health care. She did so through a Pecha Kucha presentation at Health Talks on February 18, 2015.
Sarah is a fifth-year Human Kinetics student at the University of British Columbia Okanagan. With a major in Community Health Promotion and a background in exercise science, she hopes to work in the health promotion sector after graduation. With a strong interest in mental health, Sarah’s hope for health care is to increase awareness of the issues surrounding mental health and alternative treatment options.
Sarah won the 2015 Health Talks Student Contest, which invited students from across BC to submit their hopes for health care. Her winning entry was a powerful poem about depression. Read it here: http://ow.ly/LB9Pu
Learn more about Sarah and Health Talks at http://qualityforum.ca/health-talks/.
She was one of eight speakers at Health Talks to tell us their hopes for health care. Watch more Pecha Kucha presentations from the event:
Kevin Eastwood: http://ow.ly/KfWJQ
Janice Vance: http://ow.ly/Kg8YZ
Manisha Willms: http://ow.ly/KQbdF
Brendan Carr: http://ow.ly/KQcv5
Eyoälha Baker: http://ow.ly/KQdns
Eugene Suyu: http://ow.ly/LB9WT
Mark Holder: http://ow.ly/Mop2A
Watch Pecha Kucha presentations from Health Talks 2014: http://ow.ly/KfOmw
Watch Pecha Kucha presentations from Health Talks 2013: http://ow.ly/uXDFC
Watch Pecha Kucha presentations from Health Talks 2012: http://ow.ly/je4kJ
To learn more about the BC Patient Safety & Quality Council, visit http://www.bcpsqc.ca