Understanding Privacy and Information Sharing Legislation in Relation to the Mental Health System
At this year's BCSS Annual General Meeting, we will be welcoming Caitlin Lemiski, Director of Policy from the Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner of British Columbia to present and then answer your questions about information sharing.
We hope that both families and health care professionals will gain a better understanding of how to work together to build better relationships and continuity of care -- both with and for the person living with serious mental illness.
This event is free.
12:45 pm – "Doors" Open (People can start logging into the Event)
1:00 pm – Part 1: BCSS AGM Begins
I. Welcome and Call to Order
II. Approval of Agenda
III. Approval of Minutes from 2019-20 AGM on September 26, 2020
IV. Approval of Audited Financial Statements for 2020-21
V. Appointment of Auditor for 2021-22
VI. Annual Report of 2020-21
VII. Approval of the Board of Directors 2021-22
VIII. Message from CEO
IX. Other Business
BCSS Champion Award - Dr. Mahesh Menon
X. Motion to Adjourn
To access copies of the documents that will be discussed at the AGM, please visit: https://www.bcss.org/notice-of-upcoming-bc-schizophrenia-society-annual-general-meeting/
1:45 pm / 2:00 pm – Part 2: "Come Together: Understanding Privacy and Information Sharing Legislation in Relation to the Mental Health System"
This session will begin immediately after the BCSS AGM.
2:00 pm – Introduction and Welcome
Presentation by Caitlin Lemiski
- Family Member Scenario and Question for Ms. Lemiski
- Northern Community ER Nurse Scenario and Question for Ms. Lemiski
Live Audience Q & A
3:25 pm – Thank You & Conclusion
This event is made possible with support from Janssen and Bell Let's Talk