Opportunity For Change

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Q1.

When talking about “improving health in Canada”, which concept best describes what “health” means to you?
(Select One)

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Q2.

Where do you see the biggest need and opportunity for change?
(Select One)

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Q3.

What do you believe will best resolve or address the need you identified in question 2?
(Select All That Apply)

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Q4.

What type(s) of organization(s) would be best suited to address these needs?(Select All That Apply)

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Q5.

To your knowledge, is there currently an organization that is the foremost leader in improving health in Canada?
(Select One)

If yes, who?
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Q6.

Who is best equipped to advocate for change in health in Canada?
(Select All That Apply)

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Q7.

If an organization were to advocate on your behalf around health, what topics would you want it to cover?
(Rank Order)

Rank each of the options below between 1 and 7. Use the box at the bottom to add your own priority if you wish.
Rank each option:
Improving Canadian health through improving acute care services (e.g., team-based care)
Improving Canadian health through preventative health education (e.g., reducing obesity)
Improving timely access to care (e.g., reducing wait times)
Providing more affordable care (e.g., coverage for prescription drugs)
Improving access to innovative technology (e.g., access to wearable health monitors)
Enhancing access to innovative health treatments / care types (e.g., genomic medicine)
Other: please specify:
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Q8.

How can organizations most effectively initiate change through advocacy?(Select One)

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Q9.

Do you see value in being a member of an advocacy organization?
(Select One)

Additional commentary:
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Q10.

Would you be willing to pay to be a part of such a organization?
(Select One)

Additional commentary:
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