Because your voice matters.
We recently welcomed a new face to the BC Patient Safety & Quality Council. Say hello to Teresa Bissenden, who has joined the Council as the Director of Patient & Public Engagement – the team which supports PVN!
We were recently given the chance to connect with BC Emergency Medicine Network to discuss their recent work with PVN.
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Journey mapping is a way to explore and capture the unique experiences of individuals and groups interacting within a complex system.
We are currently putting together a resource on patient journey mapping and would like feedback from patients who have been through the process! RSVP today: http://ow.ly/yF9L30k3BgZ
If you live within Fraser Health communities and have experienced hip or knee surgery services at Abbotsford Regional Hospital, lend your voice to this important project! http://ow.ly/n7JK30k2mjI
We recently connected with the BC Emergency Medicine Network to hear more about their work, their relationship with PVN and their hopes for patient engagement in the future. Check out the article on our blog: http://ow.ly/jvMt30k0OE9
We're also saying goodbye to outgoing Director Ben Ridout, who will be taking on a new role within the Council. We'll miss you Ben!
Get to know our new teammate here: http://ow.ly/NP3p30jZt44
In order to make engagement opportunities more accessible, we're now offering webinar orientations so you can learn everything you need to know about PVN from the comfort if your own home! Check out upcoming orientation dates here: http://ow.ly/t0fe30jX8ii
Shared decision-making can involve significant challenges, but ultimately it serves as a key #patientengagement strategy that can also improve #clinical quality. Read more on shared decision making can benefit patients: https://t.co/DOtCfUKxCO #QI https://t.co/VHs4z0Bvgm