Because your voice matters.
Known as the “Small Centre with a Big Heart,” Sunny Hill Health Centre for Children, in Vancouver, provides specialized development and rehabilitation services for children, youth and families throughout BC. The organization saw International “What Matters to You?” Day as a chance to engage staff by encouraging conversations with families. The results were impressive, so […]
If you or a loved one have ever been sick and in need of care, you’ve probably felt the fear and anxiety of not knowing exactly what was going on and what the treatment would be. And you’ve probably felt relief and comfort if your health care providers made a point of including you in […]
Join the Conversation
Join us in debunking the discomfort and gain awareness and perspective around cultural safety and humility. Learn about context to history, impact and the current state of work as First Nations Health Authority's Mark Matthew addresses your biggest questions. There will also be dedicated time for encouraging curiosity and advice on tangible first steps.
Send us your questions and add this event to your calendar now! http://ow.ly/RwEg50uCx8J
Attend this webinar that the BC Patient Safety & Quality Council is hosting tomorrow at 11 am to learn how to make your nominee stand out: http://ow.ly/fJA950uAT7P
#CulturalSafety and humility is an essential part of meaningful #PatientEngagement with Indigenous patient partners. Ask questions and learn more about how to engage BC First Nations patients and families tomorrow on our webinar with @fnha: https://t.co/bcBSd8D8wN https://t.co/KfsamuqtQD
We always learn a lot by reading blogs from patients sharing their #healthcarejourney! Amongst our favourite is patient partner @PamJessen's blog, where she shares her experience living with #chronicillness. Her knowledge is priceless! https://t.co/B6Gp8GGXOE #chroniclife
#CulturalSafety and humility is an essential part of meaningful #PatientEngagement with Indigenous patient partners. Ask questions and learn more about how to engage BC First Nations patients and families tomorrow on our webinar with @fnha: https://t.co/CgfF3W2kNr https://t.co/ntrRbsstlC
BC Renal is seeking the perspective of BC kidney patients & family caregivers to improve palliative care. Apply by Jun 25 to join our working group & share your ideas! See our posting with @PatientVoicesBC to learn more: https://t.co/rUYpoxpwAK @KidneyBCY #BCKidneyPatients https://t.co/kTLStop6Ee