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Because your voice matters.

Patient Partner Resources

There is a wealth of information to support your involvement in PVN. In the Resource Section, you can find resources to help with:

  • On-boarding: what it means to be a patient partner and how PVN works.
  • Preparation: how to get involved and be successful in engagement opportunities.
  • The RSVP process: support for your recruitment and placement into engagement opportunities.
  • Skill-building: learn about health care improvement and patient engagement.

All resources are created with input from patient and/or health care partners.

We encourage you to take a look at the Health Quality BC website. “What Matters to You” and other resources are there to support improving the quality of health care in BC.

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Building skills

  1. Patient Partner FAQs
    • Glossary & FAQs
  2. RSVP Form – Sample
    • Guides
    • PVN Materials
    • Tips & Checklists
  3. Zoom Instructions
    • Tips & Checklists

Engaging patient partners

  1. Check-In Checklist
    • Guides
    • Tips & Checklists
  2. Patient Partner FAQs
    • Glossary & FAQs
  3. Zoom Instructions
    • Tips & Checklists

Getting started with PVN

  1. Glossary
    • Glossary & FAQs
  2. Patient Partner FAQs
    • Glossary & FAQs
  3. RSVP Form – Sample
    • Guides
    • PVN Materials
    • Tips & Checklists

Participating in opportunities

  1. Check-In Checklist
    • Guides
    • Tips & Checklists
  2. Glossary
    • Glossary & FAQs
  3. Meet and Greet
    • Tips & Checklists
  4. Patient Partner FAQs
    • Glossary & FAQs
  5. RSVP Form – Sample
    • Guides
    • PVN Materials
    • Tips & Checklists

Telling people about PVN

From Our Community

Lucie Neliba

Patient Partner, Surrey

Lucie Neliba

The Patient Voices Network has connected me to a community with the same drive to bring person- and family-centred care to the forefront. I am grateful for all opportunities I have been a part of thanks to PVN, which positively impacts patients like my sister and their caregivers. No matter how small, all patient engagement will help shape the future of health care and that I can stand behind