We are looking for Patient and Family Partners from all backgrounds, age groups, and experiences. Parents, guardians, current patients, former patients, siblings, grandparents, partners, sons, daughters, and other support persons. All your voices are important and needed.
Further, our belief is that IWK Patient and Family Partners should reflect the cultural and social diversity of the patients and families who use IWK care and services each and every day. Diversity can be ethnic, racial, spiritual, economic, educational, geographic, gender, sexual orientation, unique family structure, disability-related, chronic illness, single parent, full-time parent, etc.
We fully welcome and encourage patients and families from all backgrounds and experiences to consider becoming a Partner.Share
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