Forensic Physician Engagement Society
For patient and hospital information please contact the Forensic Psychiatric Hospital directly at 604-524-7700. To contact the Engagement Society please fill out the contact form by clicking below.Contact Form
Welcome to the website for the Forensic Physician Engagement Society (FPES). Working in partnership with the Facility Engagement Initiative and Doctors of BC, the aim of the FPES is to improve relationships and engagement between our local health authority (PHSA) and forensic physicians working through the Forensic Psychiatric Hospital, providing an opportunity to strengthen physician voices in decisions that directly affect their workplace and patient care.
To promote meaningful physician engagement that maintains FPSC as a leading agency that ensures forensic psychiatric patients throughout the province have equitable access to high quality care and services and that key stakeholders are supported by the expert advice and opinions provided by specialized, interdisciplinary teams of health professionals.
The Forensic Physician Engagement Society is the principal voice of physicians in the Forensic Psychiatric Services Commission. Physician Engagement is fundamental to organizational decision making in FPEC. Our vision is to be the best Forensic Psychiatry Service in Canada: the most effective, the most efficient, the most enjoyable.
Meet with engagement group to discuss issues which affect their workplace and ideas to improve patient care.
Propose ideas and solutions to improve physician work environment and bring these to the health authorities.
Real results, further strengthening the relationship and engagement between health authorities and physicians.
Do you have an engagement initiative in mind which will foster meaningful consultation and collaboration between Forensic Physicians and PHSA? If so, you can apply for Facility Engagement funding in order to bring your initiative to life. To strengthen the engagement between physicians and health authorities, FE expenditures must align with at least one of the following Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) objectives:
• To improve communication and relationships among the medical staff so that their views are more effectively represented.
• To prioritize issues that significantly affect physicians and patient care.
• To support medical staff contributions to the development and achievement of health authority plans and initiatives that directly affect physicians.
• To have meaningful interactions between medical staff and health authority leaders, including physicians in formal HA medical leadership roles.
If your initiative aligns with at least one of the above MOU objectives, please continue reading the below FE Funding Guideline to find out how you can apply for funding.
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