The Centre for Rural Health Research is proud to present the CRHR Podcast, where we will be publishing recorded audio programs exploring important health issues from across British Columbia. This podcast focuses on: sharing rural and remote patient and community voices,
discussing noteworthy and impactful findings from our continuous work on rural health issues with communities across BC, engaging rural communities, academics, and decision-makers to elevate the discourse on rural health issues in BC.
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How can we learn about rural patient priorities? What happens then? - Part 3: Interview with Kayla Miguez
In today's episode we wrap up our 3-part interview series with the Rural Evidence Review team about their successful survey asking rural residents about their healthcare priorities. Today we hear about what survey respondents had to say and an exciting legal project the RER team has begun as a result.
How can we learn about rural patient priorities? What happens then? - Part 2: Interview with Christine Carthew
On this episode, we hear from the manager of the Rural Evidence Review project, Christine Carthew, about the team's strategy for reaching out to rural and remote people across BC to hear about their health care priorities.
How can we learn about rural patient priorities? What happens then? - Interview with Dr. Jude Kornelsen
On today's episode I connect with Dr. Jude Kornelsen, Director of the Rural Evidence Review (RER) project and Co-Director of the Centre for Rural Health Research to discuss how the project seeks to learn about rural patient health priorities.
Citizen Patient Engagement - Out of Pocket Cost Survey - Eva and Gal
We sit down with Eva Sullivan and Gal Av-Gay to discuss the CRHR's Out of Pocket Cost Survey - where citizens of rural BC have shared their experiences traveling to access the healthcare that they need. Gal and Eva share how the survey results were analyzed and what they learned in the process.
Citizen Patient Engagement - Interview with Ed And Nienke of the BC Rural Health Network
On today's episode we sit down with Ed Staples and Nienke Klaver of the BC Rural Health Network. The BC Rural Health Network is an organization composed of health advocacy groups from rural and remote communities across British Columbia who work to provide a coordinated voice on critical issues for rural health from the patient perspective. Join us to hear how the Network has grown rapidly since its inception only a couple of years ago, and how they have been engaging in health conversations all over the province.
Citizen Patient Engagement - Interview with April Hards and Dr. Jude Kornelsen
In this episode we speak with April Hards, the author of the Hards Method, a tool that expecting parents can use to help plan for their own mental wellness following childbirth. As a resident of rural BC living in the town of Golden, April took it upon herself to make sure that she would have the kind of integrated support she needed to protect her postpartum mental health. Now April is working alongside Dr. Kornelsen to have the tool she developed made available other expecting parents in rural BC.