Patient Voice Network

Residents of Vanderhoof and Prince George are invited to a Patient Voices Network (PVN) orientation in Vanderhoof on Sunday, April 29.

Residents of Vanderhoof and Prince George are invited to a Patient Voices Network (PVN) orientation in Vanderhoof on Sunday, April 29.

The Patient Voices Network is made up of BC patients, caregivers, family members, and others who wish to use their experiences for positive change to health care. They participate in engagements like focus groups, advisory committees, conferences, and working groups across the province.

To ensure that Northern voices are represented, PVN will be hosting a tailored orientation for residents of Vanderhoof, Prince George, and the surrounding area. This event was spearheaded by two Vanderhoof residents: PVN volunteer Lorraine Thibeault and Northern Health Community Developer Raquel Miles.

 

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