2) Ingredients for Successful Engagement
On this page, you will find resources that provide an overview of patient/client engagement, and various engagement strategies and approaches.
- Guide for Chairing Bilingual Meetings Effectively Tools to help chair bilingual meetings and encourage participants to communicate in their preferred official language. It is an adaptation of Chairing Meetings, published by the Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat.
Source: New Brunswick Office of Human resources, 2011 (Canada)
- Strategy for Patient-Oriented Research - Patient Engagement Framework Outlines key opportunities for action, sets the stage for worthwhile collaborations in the identification of health research priorities as well as in the design and conduct of research projects. A consultative process was undertaken to develop this framework.
Source: Canadian Institutes of Health Research, 2014
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Resources by Stages of Engagement
Resources for health care providers, organisations or networks beginning their engagement journey, or moving into a new area of engagement.
2) Ingredients for Successful Engagement - you are here
Overview of patient / client engagement - various strategies and approaches.
Resources to support different aspects of working with volunteer patient / client advisors and representatives.
Examples of larger toolkits and / or workbooks to guide you through steps of the engagement journey.
Examples of guidelines and strategies for engaging communities, particularly diverse communities and specific populations in health.
Examples of, approaches to, and support for incorporating patient/client feedback in the engagement process.
An alphabetical listing of resources 1) through 6), above.
External links to more information from patient / client engagement leaders.