Register for the Re-Engagement with Sarah Kirby of the Centre for Healthcare Innovation – Patient-Reported Outcomes for your Healthcare

What healthcare outcomes matter for you?

Are these different for cultural communities from other communities in Manitoba?

What are the important healthcare outcomes to be paid attention to by your doctor and the healthcare system?

This is a unique opportunity to re-engage Sarah Kirby to speak about these areas of concern for cultural communities.

Please join Sarah Kirby from the George and Fay Yee Centre for Healthcare Innovation on March 16, 2022, from 6:30 p.m. sharp to 8:00 p.m. as she reviews feedback from CMCCF network participants.

In February 2020, Sarah met with the Coalition to discuss the development of a provincial Patient-Reported Measurement Strategy. She received excellent input from our community members and incorporated this feedback into a framework for improving patient-centered care.

Two years later, Sarah returns to CMCCF to summarize the feedback and share with you how the Centre for Healthcare Innovation is benefiting from your input. are cordially invited to the beginning of a number of important CMCCF conversations on Manitoba healthcare and its impact on your wellbeing.

She will be joined by Humaira Jleel, who was a member of their advisory group, who is an active member of our Coalition, and is a co-chair of CMCCF’s Cultural Community Child Wellbeing Roundtable.

The original engagement with Sarah Kirby was on February 1, 2020:

On Saturday February 1, 2020 from 10:00 a.m. till noon, we will be engaging with Sarah Kirby from the George and Fay Yee Centre for Healthcare Innovation about a provincial project. She is the lead to develop a process for collecting and using patient input as one of the key components of how we measure health care in Manitoba.

Patients’ views of their health status are not typically sought outside of clinical research. At this first conversation leading to future community health wellbeing conversations, we will discuss how patient input will shape our health care system. This is the beginning of many CMCCF conversations about opportunities for the Coalition of Manitoba Cultural Communities for Families to shape this work.

Our Shared Conversation Objectives for this first session are:

  • What are patient-reported outcome measures?
  • Why is it important to have input from new Canadian families?
  • How can the Coalition get involved in this project and what are the long-term impacts on the community?

Thank you.

Martin Itzkow

Executive Director, CMCCF

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