That every child receives the highest standard of care, whether they seek treatment in a pediatric or general emergency department.
The ECHO and ARCHE research programs are part of a movement in health care towards more patient-centered or family-centered care, wherein patients and their families actively engage in health care decision-making in partnership with the clinical team. Through the Pediatric Parents’ Advisory Network (P-PAN), we aim to engage parents and families across Canada in developing processes and resources to improve child health outcomes.
The Pediatric Parents’ Advisory Network (P-PAN) is a group of parents, legal guardians, and grandparents across Canada seeking to contribute to child health research. Members form a virtual network and provide online feedback about research aimed at improving child health outcomes.
Want to get involved?
- A parent, grandparent, or legal guardian of a child?
- Wanting to contribute to child health research?
- Interested in helping improve the health system?
- Have access to the internet and an active email account?
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