Do online doctors provide safe advice? Ross Duncan and researchers wanted to find out.
What do research teams need to know about collaborating with Indigenous communities? Indigenous researchers review the evidence.
When health systems listen to and act on patients’ needs, they deliver better care. That’s why five organizations are collaborating to prioritize the needs of BC’s patients and caregivers in health research, with patient voices leading the way.
People living in urban centres often make decisions about where to place health services. But would people living in BC’s northern communities make different choices? Patient partners and researchers joined together to find out.
We’re pleased to welcome Dr. Linda Li, an experienced scientific leader and an expert in patient-oriented research.
The BC SUPPORT Unit invites proposals from Indigenous-led organizations or individuals to lead an environmental scan.
Researcher Sandy Shultz is working with survivors to support better care for people experiencing relationship violence on Vancouver Island. Trigger warning: This story discusses intimate partner violence
Research teams across Canada now have access to an interactive French-language ‘road map’ to guide patient engagement in a health research project.
Learning resources available to support 2SLGBTQIA+ and diverse seniors in long-term care.
After Allison Kooijman got an unnecessary medical procedure that left her disabled, she used her experience to help patients and care providers heal together after harm.