In addition to engagement opportunities offered by our health care partners, we support health researchers through our partnership with REACH BC.
REACH BC is a new online platform that connects researchers to the public and to patients who are interested in participating in health research opportunities. The platform will house an online listing of all recruiting health research projects and patient partner research opportunities. Patient partner research opportunities will be cross-posted here on our website, if requested by the health researcher.
Please note: to view the full posting for any patient partner research opportunity, you must sign up to participate in REACH BC.
We want to understand your experience as a patient or family member in a Canadian ICU during the COVID-19 visitor restrictions to fully explore solutions and ways that health care providers, patients and patient families can better support each other to ensure patient-family centered care. Family members can participate in…
Opportunity Purpose At Legacy for Airway Health (LAH), we aim to incorporate the community stakeholders’ perspectives and input into establishing program priorities, selecting projects, supporting recruitment for clinical studies, co-identifying, co-developing and co-delivering dissemination activities. Members of the Community Stakeholder Committee (CSC) are seen as ambassadors for LAH goals…
This is a study exploring how patients with atrial fibrillation (AF) use anticoagulant medications and how that impacts strokes, deaths, and health care costs. Patient perspectives are important to us for how we decide what to emphasize in the research and especially for how we communicate the research results as…
Volunteers will share their perspectives as females with lower limb amputations (LLAs) to help guide a research project that aims to better understand the priorities and needs of females with LLAs and determine how those might differ from males with LLAs. They will contribute to a study that addresses an…
From Our Community
Director, Health Services & Clinical Research and Knowledge Translation – Providence Health Care
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.