Call for papers: Conference – Patient’s Voice 12-14 Nov 2015 (Vancouver, Canada)

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CALL FOR ABSTRACTS NOW AVAILABLE
2nd International Conference
Where’s the Patient’s Voice in
Health Professional Education 10 Years On?
https://us-mg6.mail.yahoo.com/ya/download?mid=2%5f0%5f0%5f1%5f11799775%5fACDsw0MAABI7VMKnCgYx8ELHQRA&m=YaDownload&pid=1.2&fid=Inbox&inline=1&appid=yahoomail
3 November 12-14, 2015 | Coast Plaza Hotel & Suites, Vancouver, BC, Canada

Please visit the conference website to:
· View Advance Notice & Call for Abstracts
· Submit an abstract
· Book your accommodation

Background and Description
The conference will look at the progress that has been made since the first ‘Where’s the Patient’s Voice?’ conference was held in Vancouver, Canada in 2005.

The conference is about practice, innovation and theory that embed the patient/client/service user voice in health professional education. It is an opportunity to share examples of how health professional education can be enriched by patient involvement. Over three days, participants will present examples of collaborative projects between educators and patient/community groups and examine the outcomes of these partnerships for faculty, patients, students and the learning environment.

Call for Abstracts
For more information, view the Advance Notice & Call for Abstracts here.
Submit your abstract here by April 30, 2015.
The selection committee will notify authors of their acceptance by June 2015.

Location and Accommodation
The Coast Plaza Hotel and Suites
1763 Comox Street, Vancouver, BC
Reserve today to avoid disappointment by booking online or calling toll-free: 1-800-716-6199 / local: 1+604-688-7711. Let the hotel personnel know that you are booking under the Patient’s Voice room block to receive the reduced rate of $139.00 (plus applicable taxes) for a standard (single/double) guest room.

Spread the Word
Please forward this information on to your colleagues who would benefit from participating. It would also be greatly appreciated if you would post the conference information on your organization’s website.

Contact Information
Amy Sissons, Program Assistant
UBC Interprofessional Continuing Education
Phone: +1.604.822.7524, Toll-Free (within Canada/US): +1.855.827.3112
Email: amy.ipce@ubc.ca
Website: http://www.interprofessional.ubc.ca

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