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Because your voice matters.

2019 Newsletters

Check out the newsletters we sent in 2019:

December 20: Thank You for Making 2019 a Great Year!

December 18: Our Patient Partner Won a Leadership in Advancing the Patient Voice Quality Award!

December 4: Registration is Now Open for Quality Forum 2020! | Changes to Our Volunteer Agreement

November 7: New “What Matters to You?” Results are Out! | We’re in the New SPORcast Episode

October 28: #ConquerSilence on Canadian Patient Safety Week | Join Our Oversight & Advisory Committee

October 10: October is Patient- and Family-Centred Care Month!

September 26: Canada’s First Patient-Led Podcast is Playing!

September 9: Join the Fight Against Sepsis

September 4: Our Patient Engagement Learning Series is Back! Primary Care in BC

August 8: Share Your Work at Quality Forum 2020!

July 11: Check Out This New Resource: A Guide to Patient Engagement

June 26: How to Craft Outstanding Quality Awards Nominations

June 20: Applying Cultural Safety & Humility in Patient Engagement

June 5: Who Will You Nominate for a Quality Award?

May 23: Meaningful Stories about Asking What Matters

May 9: International Webinar, Patient Engagement in Research, Self-Care Tips & More!

April 23: It’s Patient Experience Week at PVN

April 5: “What Matters to You?” Day Celebrations | More Quality Forum Videos

March 21: Patient Partner Compensation: Initial Survey Results

March 7: Watch Quality Forum 2019 Sessions Online

February 22: Watch Quality Forum 2019 Presentations Live Online! | e-Health Conference Scholarship

February 7: Help Us Name Our New Networking Program! Designing Health Care Solutions with Empathy

January 24: It’s Here! Introducing our Patient Engagement Learning Series | Resource Round-up

January 10: Help Us Learn More about Patient Partner Compensation | PVN Patient Partner Helps Design Educational Videos

From Our Community

Ovey Yeung

Patient Partner, Vancouver

Ovey Yeung

Being involved in the Patient Voices Network has broadened my understanding of the system and helped me empathize with health care challenges and limitations. What matters to me is to walk away feeling that my experience matters, that I matter!