Because your voice matters.
After our post with 10 Ways to Implement Person- and Family-Centred Care in Your Health Care Practice, patient partners asked us for ways that they, too, can approach patient- and family-centred care. So we put together a helpful list for patients and families. We hope you like it!
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In 2018/19, more than 300 partners participated in #WhatMattersToYou. In a new report, the BC Patient Safety & Quality Council looks back at their accomplishments through survey responses, participant interviews and more.
The Journal of the American Medical Association recently published a study that suggests that hospitals across Canada should provide interpreters for patients with limited English, as lack of access to interpretation could result in unsafe health care through missed diagnoses and medical errors.
Dr. Dave Campbell (and team) talk about Participatory Action Research and how using Photovoice (visual images and accompanying stories) was used as a means to deepen the understanding of the experience of the homeless who live with diabetes and the challenges they face. https://t.co/UdSm1fpEOX
Looking for patients and caregivers with experience of advanced stage chronic diseases to offer their essential input and inform the development of enhanced community supports, appropriate care plans, and interactive decision aids for frail patients, especially in rural areas. https://t.co/lxbLRwgTi4