Christina Krause brings a variety of health care experience to her role as Adjunct Profession, School of Population & Public Health, Faculty of Medicine, University of British Columbia. Christina is currently the Executive Director with the BC Patient Safety & Quality Council. Her passion and interests include the use of social change models and network theory in efforts to engage and mobilize stakeholders to improve quality of care. More recently, this has expanded to include social media to create enhanced connections and shared learning. Christina was an author on the Canadian Disclosure Guidelines and serves as Master Faculty with the Institute for Healthcare Communication’s Disclosing Unanticipated Medical Outcomes.
Christina holds a Masters in Science in community health and epidemiology from the University of Saskatchewan, and a Bachelor of Home Economics in family science and nutrition from the University of British Columbia. She is also an EXTRA Fellow with the Canadian Health Services Research Foundation.