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Patient Journey Mapping Session participant, Pain Care BC

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Commitment: One-time

Connection method: Virtual

Open to Provincial Region, Patient partners across BC

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Pain Care BC (PCBC) is a provincial health improvement network. PCBC is working with health-care organizations to improve the quality and coordination of pain services across BC.

From February through March 2024, Pain Care BC will conduct a few Patient Journey Mapping sessions. Patient Journey Mapping will help us capture patients’ experiences and engage patients’ perspectives to inform BC Pain Care Strategy.

Do you live with pain and would like to share your experiences with BC Pain Care Services? During the session, we will map your experience, from finding a doctor and scheduling appointments to managing your care after treatment. This will help us identify any gaps and opportunities to make things better.

Join one of our virtual, interactive Patient Journey Mapping sessions. The sessions will be conducted online (via Zoom) on February 26th, March 6th and March 7th, 2024.

Level of Engagement

This opportunity is at the level of Consult on the IAP2 Spectrum of Public Participation.


  • Willing & comfortable to share health care experiences in a group setting
  • Specific health care experiences [details below]
  • Have access to technology and the internet to participate in the engagement opportunity
  • Comfortable using technology to attend online/virtual meetings
  • The time to participate in the engagement opportunity
  • people living with chronic pain
Patient Partners ARE required to be PVN members to participate in this engagement opportunity.

Health Care Partner Contact Information

Tatiana Popovitskaia Lead, Pain Care BC | Provincial Health Services Authority (604) 369-1107

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Agnes Black

Director, Health Services & Clinical Research and Knowledge Translation – Providence Health Care

Agnes Black

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.