Health in BC Citizens at the Centre - Arlene Paton & Regan Hansen

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  • Health in BC Citizens at the Centre - Arlene Paton & Regan Hansen

    1. 1. HEALTH IN BC Citizens at the CentreMinistry of Health Presented by: Arlene Paton, ADM & Regan Hansen, DirectorMarch 1, 2013 Population and Public HealthQuality Forum 2013 Ministry of Health
    2. 2. “Inspired in part by the rise of online communities and social media,citizens have an increasing expectation to interact with theirgovernment more directly in a dialogue about their communitiesand their future.”BC Government 2.0
    3. 3. Engaging the Public
    4. 4. The Public Experience
    5. 5. “Boys case should shock us into action” issued for Norththe reins on food safety” “Pressure applied to province to fix doctor shortage”Shore school community” “Norovirus warning “Industry must take Vancouver Sun Morning Star Vernon VancouverGlobe and Mail Sun OnlineMedia Stories
    6. 6. The Innovation and Change Map
    7. 7. THBC: The Story of Health Care
    8. 8. Telling the Story - Starting with the Engagement Toolbox
    9. 9. Harnessing the power of social media is to respect and embrace it and embrace the principles of engagement: • Attention is limited • Environment matters • It’s rewards driven • Timing matters • Content is king • It starts smallSocial Media
    10. 10. ThinkHealthBC.ca
    11. 11. ThinkHealth BC - Elements
    12. 12. HealthyFamiliesBC.caThe other side of our business...
    13. 13. HealthyFamilies BC - Elements
    14. 14. Keeping it Going - Collaboration
    15. 15. The Future
    16. 16. THANK YOU!

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