The Waterloo Wellington LHIN Student Health Advisory Committee

 

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The Waterloo Wellington Local Health Integration Network (LHIN) is reaching out to students across the region in the creation of a Student Health Advisory Committee (SHAC). The SHAC will bring together secondary and post-secondary students from across the region to provide input on key initiatives underway to improve the patient experience

Sharing advice based on both good and bad experiences in the health system will be at the core of ensuring that the voices of students are at the centre of this committee. The goal of these discussions will be to create collaborative and sustainable solutions to health issues that students encounter across campuses.in Waterloo Wellington.

Alongside the Waterloo Wellington LHIN staff, the SHAC will:

  • Guide the continued development of the Waterloo Wellington LHIN Patient Experience Program
  • Identify and advise on innovative opportunities to incorporate the student’s perspective on initiatives to make it easier for residents in Waterloo Wellington to be healthy and to get the care and support they need. 
  • Work with the Vice President of People, Culture and Development, LHIN staff, service providers and partners on strategies and practical ideas for improving patient care, and caregiver support.

To get involved with the SHAC please click HERE for an Expression of Interest.

For additional information or questions related to the Student Health Advisory Committee please feel free to contact Joseph White at joseph.white@lhins.on.ca or by phone at 519‑748‑2222 ext. 5402.

 

 

 

Find out more

To find out more about the work of the Waterloo Wellington LHIN Student Health Advisory Committee, or to learn how you can become involved as a patient/caregiver, please contact Joseph White at Joseph.White@lhins.on.ca or 519‑748‑2222 ext., 5402.