Many organizations are creating resources and tools to support patient engagement – we’ve collected five examples that we think are good engagement reads made in BC, nationally and internationally.
NOTE: This is not an exhaustive list, nor is it an endorsement of specific resources or opinions. Please continue to get your most up-to-date COVID-19 information at bccdc.ca.
- Engaging Between Projects
Bang the Table – International
Anthea Robinson-Shaw, Bang the Table Practice Lead, hosts a discussion on the benefits of continuous engagement beyond agenda-driven projects. There are useful resources to help you move your engagement planning beyond the project.
- Beyond Inclusion: Equity in Patient Engagement
Simon Fraser University’s Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue – Canada
This report proposes eight principles to guide the meaningful and equitable inclusion of
diverse voices when planning and implementing public engagement initiatives that will inform decision-making processes.
- Staying Well in Uncertain Times
Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) – Canada
BCPSQC partnered with CMHA to host a Zoom conference with patient partners to gain feedback and answer questions on how to take of yourself during challenging times. Watch the full recording:
- Engaging with Patients and Families by Creating a Virtual Advisory Council
Nemours – USA
An interesting look at how one children’s hospital has been working to transition their patient and family advisory group into virtual means.
- What is Value-Based Healthcare (VBHC)?
Canadian Foundation for Healthcare Improvement (CFHI) – Canada
VBHC is becoming a leading approach to improving patient and health system outcomes around the world as a way of organizing healthcare to transform health outcomes. VBHC is about linking the dollars spent to outcomes that matter to patients, rather than to the volumes of services, processes or products that may or may not achieve those outcomes.