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Watch Hot Talks on Health with Heléna Herklots

May 4, 2016
News by The Change Foundation.

On April 27, 2016, Ontario policy makers, health professionals, family caregivers, and patients met to hear Heléna Herklots, Chief Executive of CarersUK speak on the development of supportive policy for caregivers in the United Kingdom and what Ontario can learn from the UK experience. Family caregiver and author Katherine Arnup, PhD, also addressed those in

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Shedding New Light

April 19, 2016
by The Change Foundation.

In March 2015, The Change Foundation formally released Out of the Shadows and Into the Circle, its 2015-2020 strategic plan focused on improving the experiences of family caregivers in the Ontario health care system and their interactions with health providers. The first year of the strategic plan outlined a comprehensive period of research into the

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Charting a New PATH

March 30, 2016
by The Change Foundation.

The Partners Advancing Transitions in Healthcare (PATH) project was a truly groundbreaking initiative for The Change Foundation (TCF), and for the health care community in Ontario. PATH was one of two showcase engagement projects that formed the basis of TCF’s work and learnings between 2010 and 2015, based on our Hearing the Stories. Changing the

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Moving Towards Patients First

February 29, 2016
by The Change Foundation.

Since 1995, The Change Foundation (TCF) has supported and promoted improved health and health care delivery in Ontario. Through our work on patient-centred care, and more recently, with family caregivers, we  know that better integrated health and community care can improve patient experience, lead to better health outcomes, and achieve more value and quality from

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Rules of Engagement: Lessons from PANORAMA

January 28, 2016
by The Change Foundation.

The PANORAMA Panel was a ground-breaking patient engagement project, as well as an incredible learning opportunity for The Change Foundation. Over the course of two years, 31 panelists from across Ontario met to share their lived experiences and insights as patients and family caregivers on a range of issues related to improving people’s healthcare experience.

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