A meeting of experts

Patient and Community Teachers at the Centre of Health Professional Education

Patients' Voices

Patients' Voices


Giving patient voices a place in health professional education.

Building Connections

Building Connections


Connecting faculty with opportunities to engage students in patient centered learning.

Understanding Patients

Understanding Patients


Helping healthcare students understand patient experiences.

Upcoming Programs

This community based workshop connects UBC students with speakers who have lived experience of drug use, poverty, and overdose prevention in the…

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Latest News

Public Consultation on the Priority Health Concerns in British Columbia
Feb 12, 2020

Public Consultation on the Priority Health Concerns in British Columbia

A report and video of a consultation with patients, caregivers, and community for the UBC Medical Education Curriculum Review Working…

Mentor Spotlight: Ken Walker & Mark Demers
Jan 30, 2020

Mentor Spotlight: Ken Walker & Mark Demers

UBC Health Mentors Ken Walker and Mark Demers were featured in a Global News story about reducing the stigma of dementia.…

Welcome: Kim McGrail and Rosemin Kassam
Jan 29, 2020

Welcome: Kim McGrail and Rosemin Kassam

In January, we welcomed Dr. Kim McGrail as Director of Research and Dr. Rosemin Kassam as Director of Education for UBC Health.Kim is a…

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Reports & Publications

Program Report Aboriginal Community as Teacher Program

Communications between health care professionals and Aboriginal people have long been identified as contributors to poor health outcomes.…

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Program Report UBC Interprofessional Health Mentors Program

The Interprofessional Health Mentors Program (HMP) is a unique educational experience organized by Patient & Community Partnership for…

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Program Report Patient & Community Voices Workshop Series

Since 2008, 65 Patient & Community Voices Workshops have been delivered in collaboration with our community partners. Workshops…

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Ways to Get Involved

Whether you are a UBC health and human services student, a faculty member, a patient, or a community member - there are many ways for you to become involved.

*The term patient is overarching and is inclusive of individuals with personal experience of a health issue and informal caregivers, including family and friends.

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