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Putting Together a List of How to Measure the Quality of Anesthesia Care in Canada

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Help Decide How to Measure Anesthesia Quality

The goal of this study is to get feedback from patients, caregivers, and healthcare providers from across Canada to help us come up with the most important metrics to use to measure anesthesiology care in Canada. We are researchers and clinicians from the University of British Columbia looking for adult patients (or their caregivers) who have undergone a surgical experience within the past three years to help us provide better anesthesia care.

Vancouver Island / Coast, Lower Mainland, Thompson – Okanagan, Kootenay, Cariboo, North Coast and Nechako, Northeast, Online

Age: 18 Years – 120 Years Old
Accepting Healthy Volunteers: No

From Our Community

Derek Koch

Spiritual Health Practitioner and Patient- and Family-Centred Care Lead — Kelowna General Hospital

Derek Koch

The bottom line is because we’re caring for patients. People who know best are those who are receiving the care so it makes logical sense that we would consult with them about their experiences. By connecting with PVN we have been able to educate our teams about the value of patient partners and how important their perspective is in our services.