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Partner Committee for Post-ICU Treatment Study

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Opportunity Purpose
“Unplanned Hospital Readmission Following Critical Illness Survival: An Investigation of the Survivor-Family Dyad” is a study examining critical illness survival and unplanned hospital readmission following intensive care unit (ICU) care. We currently have one Patient Partner and one Caregiver Partner but are looking to recruit additional Patient and Caregiver Partners.

What’s Involved
What will the Patient/Caregiver Partners do?
-Be engaged in all research phases to ensure the research remains focused on ICU patients and family caregivers’ priorities and that findings are relevant to ICU patients and caregivers
-Patient/Caregiver Partners will co-create interview guides, participate in bi-monthly team meetings, and support interpretation of findings and knowledge translation activities.

Vancouver, BC

Health Categories
Other General Health
Other Mental Health
Other Health Systems and Technology

Age: 19 Years – 100 Years Old

From Our Community

Lisa Dyck

Former Manager, BC Emergency Medicine Network

Lisa Dyck

PVN patient partner’s feedback has reinforced the important relationships between patients and providers for emergency care. Our partnership with PVN has brought many new opportunities to adjust how health care and patient partners can work together on BC Emergency Medicine Network priorities.