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2018 Newsletters

Check out the newsletters we sent in 2018:

December 20: Celebrating a Great Year of PVN Work | Share Your Thoughts on Patient Partner Compensation

December 6: Welcoming our New Team Member! | Patient Engagement at Quality Forum 2019

November 22: PVN Patient Partners Help Open New Urgent Care Centre

November 8: PVN Patient Partner Wins Quality Award | Modelling Indigenous Systems of Care

October 25: Meet our New Engagement Leader | Patient Engagement Webinar Recording

October 11: PVN Volunteer ID Badges | Patient Engagement Takeaways from IAP2 Conference

September 27: New Job Posting | PVN Project Enables Real-Time Patient Experience Data!

September 13: Join our Oversight and Advisory Committee! | IPAC Patient Scholarship

August 30: A PVN Patient Partner is Raising Awareness about the Opioid Crisis

August 16: How PVN is Bringing the Patient Voice into Health Technology

August 2: We’re Hiring an Engagement Leader | A Patient Partner Connects PVN and Aerospace

July 19: Meet Our Provincial Engagement Leader | Stories from Change Day 2017

July 5: New Resources | Our PVN Patient Partners in the News

June 21: Quality Awards Nominations are Open! | What Barberships Can Teach About Delivering Health Care

June 6: Happy International “What Matters to You” Day | Sparking Change at Sunny Hill Health Centre

May 24: What Matters to Our Patient Partners | Welcoming a Familiar Face to Providence Health Care

May 10: Welcoming a New Member of the Team | Tips on Having Conversations That Matters

April 27: Introducing Our New Resources!

April 23: Celebrating Patient Experience Week With 5 New Resources!

April 16: Happy Volunteer Week!

March 29: Highlights from Quality Forum 2018 | “What Matters to You?” is Back!

March 9: Our New Resource Demystifies Health Care Language

February 19: Announcing Four Exciting Learning Opportunities with PVN

February 1: New! Patient-Oriented Research Opportunities & How We’re Engaging Indigenous Patient Partners

January 12: We’re Back and Energized for 2018!


From Our Community

Agnes Black

Director, Health Services & Clinical Research and Knowledge Translation – Providence Health Care

Agnes Black

It’s really hard to make changes in health care. When a PVN patient partner says, ‘This is important to us’ it keeps us grounded on why a change is needed and keeps us motivated to keep going on projects.