May 2, 2014 – Posted by: Yuri Artibise
One of the most challenging demographic groups to engage over the past two months of A GP for ME Vancouver has been men aged 18-40. Their participation has been lowest in both our survey results and our community outreach events. With this in mind, we decided to reach out to Sanotron and Invoke Media to design an event that would a.) speak to men in their own language; and b.) use this as an opportunity to explore issues around technology. The result was our “Digital Dude Hangout” held on April 8 at Invoke Media in Gastown.
April 30, 2014 – Posted by: GP4ME_Admin
Over the past two months, A GP for ME Vancouver has reached out to a number of community groups throughout Vancouver for feedback to help inform a new strategy that will allow more citizens to have a general practitioner (GP). One of the groups we were incredibly interested to hear from were the Musqueam.
April 24, 2014 – Posted by: GP4ME_Admin
A GP for Me Vancouver is reaching out into the community to some of our favourite thought leaders to find out a bit more about their relationship with their GP. Rebecca Bollwitt, more commonly known as Miss 604, is our sixth profile in this series. For more, click here.
April 23, 2014 – Posted by: Yuri Artibise
There is just one week left in our public engagement campaign to seek input from Vancouverites on how to improve access to a family doctor for all.
Please take our short survey by April 30, 2014. It will only take between 3 – 5 minutes. If you have already completed the survey, thank-you!!! We would appreciate it if you could forward it to your friends and family.
We’ve had some feedback that it’s not easy for everyone to take, but please stay with it! We need your voice to make relevant changes!