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Be a part of something meaningful: Partnering on Appropriate Virtual Care Collaborative

Provincial Health Services Authority aims to create a resource which outlines safe, high quality, and culturally sensitive virtual health interactions between community members and health care team members through the Partnering on Appropriate Virtual Care (PAVC) project.

This project is specifically focused on needs of linguistically diverse communities whose members have limited English proficiency (or who do not have English as their first language) and are interested in receiving care virtually. 

As a part of this project, we are actively seeking to engage with some 1) community members (patients, caregivers), and 2) Healthcare team members (Providers, administration staff) to understand their experience with virtual health.

To ensure the resource we create captures voices of those who are directly involved in health care, we want to engage with you!

Community partner engagement

  • Online Focus groups/ interviews, and Patient Journey mapping: Currently registering interested community members in online focus groups and/or patient journey mapping sessions.
  • Please refer to these invite letters for more information. (Deadline to register is December 8, 2023).
  • Online Survery: To launch early next year. More information will be provided when available.

Health care team engagement

  • Online Focus group: Currently registering interested health care members (including Providers, administration staff) in online focus groups.
  • Please refer to this invite letter for more information.
  • Online Survery: To launch early next year. More information will be provided when available.

If you have any questions, or concerns, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with the Subject: PAVC Questions


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