Because your voice matters.
The BC Emergency Medicine Network (BC EMN) places a huge premium on engaging patients, getting their advice and perspectives so that it can better plan and implement programs. Patient partners sit on the advisory committee and work on the network’s planning and operations. Ten PVN members joined this team to provide input and share resources […]
In our PVN 10th Anniversary blog, our health care partner Derek Koch, Spiritual Health Practitioner and Patient- and Family-Centred Care Lead at Kelowna General Hospital talks about how his team is making the patient experience a priority. 1. Can you tell us why you wanted patient partner(s) involved? The bottom line is because we’re caring […]
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Follow these #COVIDsummersafety guidelines to help reduce the risk of transmission for yourself, others and communities across BC.
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The actions you take make a difference for #BC this summer.
In a crowded area where you can’t maintain safe distance, wearing a mask is an added protective layer.
🤲Wash our hands
🧼Clean surfaces often
➡️Follow one-way pathways
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