The Patient, Family and Public Advisors Council ensures Health Quality Ontario’s work and strategic priorities are guided by the lived experiences of Ontarians.
Made up of 24 individuals from across Ontario, members bring unique and diverse perspectives based on their experiences with the health system. Individuals serve a three-year term and come together four to six times a year to share their advice and insights into what quality health care looks like. Among the many issues the Council will discuss, its current priorities include transitions in care, long-term care and advancing best practices for patient and public engagement across Ontario.
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