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Open to Provincial Region, Volunteers across the province
Join the College of Chiropractors of BC Quality Assurance Committee and be a voice to help shape policies, standards and guidelines for Chiropractors across British Columbia.
Open to: Volunteers across the province
Lead Organization or DepartmentCollege of Chiropractors of British Columbia
- To develop policies, standards and guidelines for Chiropractors in British Columbia
- Patients will work alongside committee members to review policies, standards and guidelines and provide their perspective and advice
- Patients will be an equal partner in the development of quality initiatives
Level of EngagementThis opportunity is at the level of collaborate (at a system-wide strategic leadership level) on the spectrum of engagement (www.iap2.org). The promise to you is that the health care partner will look to you for advice in developing, implementing and evaluating national, provincial and regional policy and/or research to ensure the health care system is responsive to the patients’ experience as much as possible.
- Open to British Columbians
- Expertise in strategic decision making is an asset.
- Learn more about the eligibility details here.
- Vacancies: 1
- Date and Time: Meetings take place in the Lower Mainland, usually at the CCBC office in Richmond. Meetings are usually 4-5 times per year for 3 hours on a Saturday, with some Wednesdays. Occasional teleconferences for short/quick decision making as needed.
- Commitment: One Year Term with an opportunity to extend up to two years.
- Screening: Successful candidate will be contacted to discuss commitment and feedback process
ReimbursementPreapproved expenses related to travel/accommodation for in-person meetings from outside the lower mainland will be reimbursed according to the College of Chiropractors Travel and Reimbursement Policy.
BackgroundAs a standard of practice, the College of Chiropractors of British Columbia (CCBC) are required to have 1/3 public representation on committees. The CCBC Quality Standards Committee is made up of Chiropractors, CCBC staff and the public. CCBC strongly values input from the public as it brings the perspective of the patient to the forefront and grounds the regulatory work to serve and protect the public. The goal of including patients on the Committees is to ensure the voice of the patient and public at large are represented and help to shape policies, standards and guidelines for the profession. Further information about committee/board requirements are outlined at the following link and include public focus, strategic intent, decision making, effective working relationships, communication skills and personal effectiveness.
Health Care Partner Contact Information
Engagement Leader, Patient and Public Engagement | Fraser Valley