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Attendee, Regional Update Meeting

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Commitment: Short-term

Connection method: Virtual

Open to Fraser Valley & Lower Mainland

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Volunteer Opportunity
You’re invited to attend this virtual meeting for patient partners! Learn more about what’s happening at the Patient Voices Network and the Fraser region. Bring your ideas and passion for improving health care as we explore how to get the most out of your PVN experience.


Lead Organization/Department
BC Patient Safety & Quality Council

To connect with others in PVN and explore how patient partners can get the most out of your PVN experience.

Level of Engagement
This opportunity is at the level of involve on the spectrum of engagement. The promise to you is that the health care partner will involve patients in planning and design phases to ensure ideas or concerns are considered and reflected in alternatives and recommendations.

• Interest in Patient Engagement in the Fraser region

• Number of vacancies: unlimited
• Date and Time: Wednesday, June 29, 12-13pm
• Location: Zoom
• Commitment: One time

No out of pocket expenses are anticipated for this engagement opportunity.

Every now and then we check in with our patient partners from the Patient Voices Network. Regional update meetings will share news/give updates re: PVN and the work of the Council as well as what is happening across your region. We will also explore topics that give you a chance to share your ideas that can improve your PVN experience.

These meetings will also provide an opportunity to meet other PVN patient partners and to get to know your Engagement Leader. Regional update meetings will be scheduled bi-annually in the spring and fall with the aim of keeping patient partners linked and supported within the network.

Health Care Partner Contact Information

Jami Brown | BA, MAPC (she/her/hers) Engagement Leader BC Patient Safety & Quality Council 604.510.0449

From Our Community

Shana Ooms

Executive Director of Primary Care Strategy, Policy and Quality — BC Ministry of Health

Shana Ooms

Where those of us in the room may have debated policy or wording, patient voices made sure patients were top of mind. And as a result, significant improvements were made to simplify something that was otherwise complex. Patient voices at the table bring us back to reality in terms of what we are trying to achieve.