Advisory Council Participation
What it measures: A summary of individuals who attended specific committees or activities designed to integrate their lived experiences into health care service delivery planning and decision-making.
Why it's important: Active participation and attendance at advisory councils by patient, family and public advisory members can help to inform policies and decision-making as well as the quality of services and programs delivered in health care. A higher participation rate is preferred.
How it's calculated: The number of engagement opportunities (e.g. meetings) and actual attendance at those engagements. This indicator includes attendance at Local Health Involvement Groups and the Regional Patient and Family Advisory Council.
12-Month Performance Trend