Achieving True Partnership: Three case studies of patient and family-centred pediatric care in Ontario
Listening, engaging and working with patients and caregivers is fundamental to improving, redesigning and reimagining Ontario’s health-care system. However, it is well established that there is no single, right way to engage patients and their families, and that partnership between healthcare providers and patients and families can take many forms.
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