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Patient and Family Advisory Council Toolkit
con·tem·plate [kon·tuhm·pleyt, -tem]
  1. Look thoughtfully for a long time
  2. Think about
  3. Think profoundly and at length; meditate
  4. Have in mind as a probable though not certain intention

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Themes : Preparing to engage patients in an Advisory Council, sustaining an Advisory Council over time.

It is important to understand what is driving the organization's need and desire for creating the PFAC. The mutual and defined understanding will form the foundation upon which the PFAC will be built, and enable members and stakeholders to buy into the idea and support its development.

Last modified: Wed, Jan 09, 2013
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