5) Community Engagement
On this page, you will find examples of guidelines and strategies for engaging communities, particularly diverse communities and specific populations in health.
- Indigenous Health Circle Forum Represents rural and urban First Nations, Métis and Inuit communities across the Champlain region, and partners with the LHIN to address health and wellness issues and health system improvement opportunities. The goal is to ensure the needs of Indigenous people are considered in planning and decision-making.
Source: Champlain LHIN
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This collection of links is intended to support patient/client, caregiver and family engagement efforts. In most cases, clicking on the links will redirect you to third-party websites, or resources housed on third- party websites. These links are for information purposes only, and not meant to be exhaustive representations of all available content or services. The inclusion of these links does not imply endorsement by the Champlain LHIN. Please contact the individual organization for more information about their resources.
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.
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.
5) Community Engagement - you are here
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.