Because your voice matters.
April 23 – 27 marks Patient Experience Week, an annual event that celebrates the health care staff that impact patient experiences. During this important week, we’ll be unveiling new resources every day to help support our health care partners in their patient engagement work!
Our second guest blog post for National Volunteer Week is from patient partner Chad Dickie. In this piece, Chad discusses the importance of using your voice to make a difference and explains how patient perspectives can contribute to positive changes in the health care system.
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Attention volunteers in Northern #BC! If you've recently given birth and you have an interest in improving #perinatal services, @Northern_Health wants to hear from you. RSVP today and use your #patientexperience to make a difference! #ptexp https://t.co/vUzFilYBX4 https://t.co/lFxu0SklsM
It's Patient Experience Week and we're celebrating with 5 days of brand new resources! For day 2, we're unveiling a new guide full of tips and key considerations for involving young adults in engagement opportunities https://t.co/cGM1cS20aK #patientengagement #BCHC #PXWeek https://t.co/7xLaInTvuR
Would you like to be part of a ground-breaking initiative intended to ensure health research is done in partnership with patients? @BCSUPPORTUnit is looking for patient partners to join their Patient Council! #BCHC https://t.co/8Igs2QWXhf https://t.co/BMPtPEsDQt