Additional resources

Additional resources
Name of resource Description
Health Quality Ontario

Patient Partnering Framework that includes guidance, methods, tools and resources to help plan for, implement and evaluate patient partnering activities.

Canadian Patient Safety Institute Guidebook on how to partner with persons/patients and families.
GIN Public Toolkit: - GIN ( A public toolkit from Guidelines International Network (GIN) on patient and public involvement in guidelines. The resource includes practical advice on involving patients and the public in guideline activities. 

Patient Engagement Resource Centre

Resources, methodological approaches and tools for person/patient and family engagement.

Centre of Excellence on Partnership with Patients and Public – Prince Edward Island

Prince Edward Island Engagement Toolkit to help change teams evaluate readiness for person/patient and family engagement, review priorities for engagement, and successfully engage them.

Kaiser Permanente Center for Health Research

Kaiser Permanente’s Patient Engagement Toolkit offers materials to support researchers who want to engage with persons/patients and families in conducting research and includes helpful tips in engaging them in an effective and respectful manner.

Longwoods Health Services Publishing

Case studies of health centres that outline the approaches, strategies and impact of their person/patient and family engagement initiatives.

Registered Nurses’ Association of Ontario (RNAO) Person- and Family-Centred Care BPG

This RNAO guideline is used by nurses and other members of the interprofessional health-care team to enhance the quality of their partnerships with individuals accessing care, ultimately improving clinical outcomes and the person and family experience of health.

Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI)

PCORI includes toolkits, frameworks and evaluation criteria to help health providers maximize the engagement of persons with lived experience in research and health settings.

Canada’s Strategy for Patient-Oriented Research (SPOR) networks created by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR)

SPOR is dedicated to integrating research into care to improve health by involving key stakeholders such as patients and caregivers, health practitioners, researchers, policymakers, industries and more.

McMaster University’s Public and Patient Engagement Evaluation Tool

The purpose of this questionnaire is to obtain persons’ assessments of key features of the engagement activity that they have participated in.