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Because your voice matters.

Archive: April 2018

How I became a Patient Partner

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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Happy Volunteer Week!

It’s National Volunteer Week from April 15 – 21, and we’d like to take this time to recognize all of you who volunteer in our health care system! We’ve accomplished so much this year, but we couldn’t have done it without the hard work of our patient partners. Thank you for all that you do to improve health care in BC!

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“What Matters to You?” Has Launched!

On April 11, the Council hosted a virtual kick off for“What Matters to You?” This kickoff featured incredible speakers, an overview of how the initiative began, and explained how you can spread the word and get involved. In case you weren't able to attend, we've put together a recap of the event right here!

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Providence Health Care is Ready to Celebrate Patient Experience Week!

Patient Experience Week is just around the corner, and Providence Health Care is gearing up to celebrate the health care staff, volunteers and members of the community that impact the patient and family experience! If you’ve been a part of their efforts, make sure to attend their appreciation event on April 26th!

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“What Matters to You?” is Back!

You may remember “What Matters to You?” Day from 2017. This year, the initiative is back, but with one major change. We’re moving away from a single day of action and shifting towards asking “What matters to you?” each and every day.

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