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Dr. Daisy Dulay is a cardiologist, health care well-being advocate and quality improvement enthusiast. She founded the South Island physician wellness group in British Columbia. She was a Doctors of BC physician representative for psychological and physical safety working groups in collaboration with the local health authority and the BC Ministry of Health. She is the provincial co-medical lead for Doctors of BC on Spreading Quality Improvement, an initiative to expand local successful projects. She is the current medical director for patient safety and quality at Island Health and a clinical assistant professor with the University of British Columbia department of medicine.

Dr. Dulay received training in quality improvement through the BC Patient Safety and Quality Council and in the Physician Leadership Program of the UBC Sauder School of Business. She went on to do the National Health Service Horizon’s School for Change Agents and the Institute for Healthcare course on joy in work. She attended the leadership training for women in medicine offered by Harvard University. She seeks ongoing opportunities to learn more around cultural safety after taking San'yas Indigenous Cultural Safety Training. She received the South Island Medical Staff Association leadership award for communication.

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