We’ve got a new patient engagement opportunity to share: “Gathering Stories on Emergency Medical Transport in BC from providers, decision-makers and patients in rural, remote and First Nations communities”. 

It includes interviews with patients who have received emergency medical transport in the past 5 years.  The PACC wants to make patients in the Kootenay Boundary, a rural region, aware of this opportunity to share their experiences. Interested patients should contact Alison James at the Rural Coordination Centre of BC, ajames@rccbc.ca. 

This engagement opportunity is now open (September 2022) and will stay active until the target number of patient partners sign up.

Check out the poster with full details >>