Network collects patient’s voices

The Patient Voices Network is hosting a free, one-day orientation in Vernon Sept. 29

North Okanagan residents can lend their voice to B.C.’s health care system.

The Patient Voices Network is hosting a free, one-day orientation in Vernon Sept. 29.

“Patients, caregivers, and others living in the Interior Health region are invited to attend and learn how they can be part of health care transformation in our province,” said April Fahr, communications manager.

The Patient Voices Network is a group of people who wish to use their experiences to change the health care system. Visit www.patientvoices.ca.

Once participants have completed the session, PVN’s Interior liaison Carol Stathers can help connect them to opportunities that fit their interests and availability.

These may include focus groups, advisory committees, panel discussions, or other projects on the local, regional, or provincial level.

 

To learn more or to register, visit www.patientvoices.ca or call 1-888-742-1772.