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Because your voice matters.

Improving Care for Patients with PASC



Open to Interior Region


Post Acute Sequelae Covid (PASC)- Interior Health

Health Areas
Positively diagnosed COVID-19 patients

Opportunity Purpose
Post Acute Sequalae Covid (PASC) symptoms can be physical, cognitive and/or social/emotional in nature requiring psychological, social and medical care, support and education. The purpose of this research is to consider the impact of a virtual Post-COVID community-based interdisciplinary team care model on the experiences of both patients and providers.

The patient partner will be someone who has experienced PASC, and was a part of the PC-ICCN (Post Covid- Interdisciplinary Clinical Care Network) currently living in Interior Health region. The patient partner would be required to provide their experience via questionnaires, participate in meetings with the wider team to help improve patient experience. Participation is all online, though there is an option for in-person if preferred.

Age: 19 Years – 110 Years Old

Thompson – Okanagan

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.