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20/09/2018
Clinton Public Hospital Auxiliary Penny Sale
Anglican Parish Hall, Clinton / 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
21/09/2018
Clinton Public Hospital Auxiliary Penny Sale
Anglican Parish Hall, Clinton / 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Research has found that regular physical activity appears as effective as psychotherapy for treating mild to moderate depression. Therapists also report that patients who exercise regularly simply feel better and are less likely to overeat or abuse alcohol and drugs. Source: CMHA
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"My voice has given teams an idea what it's like to experience care from the patient's experience.  Around the HPHA table I have been treated respectfully and equally in my role as a patient partner.  Together we have worked on a wide variety of initiatives associated with planning, performance, research and evaluation."  Cathy

"When I was approached to be a member of the Laboratory Unit Action Council I was happy to participate.  As a former patient my experience was very positive and giving something back in return made good sense to me.  My experience has been very rewarding."  Jim

"I'm a former healthcare provider and have supported family members in the hospital along with being a patient myself.  These perspectives along with the expertise of the HPHA team go far in improving the patient experience.  It's a good feeling to know you  have contributed ideas that resulted in positive outcomes."  Laurie

"As a member of the Medicine / Integrated Stroke Unit Action Council I bring the perspective of a patient who has experienced a stroke and received treatment.  I attempt to advocate for potential areas of change from the position of a person who has been on the receiving end of care."  Robert