Thursday, March 24, 2022

BC CDC Seeks feedback from public on changing COVID guidelines

British Columbians are being asked to share their thoughts and opinions on the changing nature of COVID-19 guidelines and public health measures, with the BC CDC hosting a survey on the topic available until the end of the month.

The survey is being administered through the BC Patient Safety & Quality Council as a partner in supporting patient and public engagement in this work. 

Responses will be used by the knowledge translation team at the BCCDC, at the level of consult on the IAP2’s Spectrum of Public Participation, to provide suggestions for messaging to the BCCDC and health system partners. 

The short survey consists of just five questions on themes of COVID experience.

Please describe your experiences accessing information on COVID-19 testing. 

How would having access to at-home COVID-19 tests change your behaviour or impact your life (if at all)?

What kind of information helps keep you informed and feeling more comfortable as restrictions ease?

What questions, thoughts and/or feelings do you experience as guidelines change (e.g., masks, vaccine cards, capacity limits, etc.)? 

 What questions do you have about the future of COVID-19 management? (Examples may include booster / updating vaccines) 

The deadline to participate is March 31st.

You can follow the discussion on a range of health themes from their twitter feed and Facebook page

More notes on Health themes in the Northwest can be explored here.

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