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Our mission: improve care for frail elderly Canadians.

Citizen Engagement Committee

CFN values the meaningful involvement of citizens – patients, and their family members and informal caregivers, as well as the general public – in research, policy and program development; from agenda setting and planning to decision making, implementation and review.  Evidence suggests that when citizens are engaged in health care decision making, the patient experience is improved; contributing to more cost-effective health services and enhancing the overall quality of Canada’s health care system.

The Citizen Engagement Committee (CEC) is a group of individuals within the CFN Network community who collaborate with CFN on improving care for frail elderly Canadians, their families and caregivers through citizen/public engagement.

The mandate of the CEC is to assist CFN in ensuring patients, family caregivers and the broader community are involved in CFN strategic and operations planning, and in improving the patient and family experience in the work it undertakes and funds.

Click on the names below for more information:

                                              Joyce Resin

                                            Resin Joyce

 Angus Campbell                Jacobi Elliott                    Jerry Hodge                     

   Campbell Angus                Elliott Jacobi                 Hodge Jerry

       Kelly Kay                     Barb MacLean                   Alies Maybee                                            
   Kay Kelly                Maclean Barb                 Maybee Alies             

           Kelli                            Carol Barrie                  John Muscedere
       Stajduhar                      (non-voting)                    (non-voting)

   Stajduhar Kelli                Barrie Carol                 Muscedere John