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Attendee, Regional Update Meeting

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Commitment: Short-term

Connection method: Virtual

Open to Northern Region

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Volunteer Opportunity
You’re invited to attend this virtual meeting for patient partners! It will include updates on PVN activities and what’s happening across the Northern region. It will also provide an opportunity to meet other patient partners and your engagement leader.

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Lead Organization/Department
BC Patient Safety & Quality Council

Aim
Connection for patient partners, Northern Engagement Leader, Cathy Almost and Northern Health Tina Strudsholm.

Level of Engagement
This opportunity is at the level of inform on the spectrum of engagement. The promise to you is that you will be provided with balanced and objective information to assist in understanding alternatives and solutions.

Eligibility
• Interest in Patient Engagement in the north

Logistics
• Number of vacancies: unlimited
• Date and Time: Wednesday, May 4, noon – 1pm (11:30am optional for connection)
• Location: zoom
• Commitment: One time

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

Background
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. 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.

Engagement Leader Contact Information

Cathy Almost Engagement Leader, Patient and Public Engagement | Northern Region 250-615-9932 calmost@bcpsqc.ca

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Terri McKinlay

Patient Partner, Penticton

Terri McKinlay

The Patient Voices Network has provided Rylee and me the ability to channel our experience into positive change for others. Our voice in decision making, planning and partnerships for mental health care is having a profound impact on our healing process.