Plus one please…
When we hear this phrase, we often think of bringing people that we know to weddings or dinner parties.
But how often in our lives can we say that we hear unfamiliar voices at the table? And how often do we look up from our seats to notice if there are voices that are missing?
Plus one please…
Guest blog by: Stacey Daub, Board Member, The Change Foundation & VP, Strategy, Integration and Digital Health at North York General Hospital I remember clearly the first time I met The Change Foundation’s Panorama Panel, which was a diverse group of 31 Ontarians who were using their healthcare experiences, both good and bad, to make More >
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