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The PEI Research Ethics Board (REB) safeguards the rights, safety and well-being of participants in all human subject research involving Health PEI and the Department of Health and Wellness and their patients, staff, resources or data. Research is reviewed to ensure that it is, ethically acceptable...
Investigator's Submission Checklist to accompany submission to the Research Ethics Board.
This document outlines the Clinical and Organizational Ethical Decision-Making Guidelines for Health PEI.
If you, or a member of your family, received health care or services in PEI recently, sharing your experience may help others get the best care possible. Health PEI is seeking volunteers with direct experience in a health system to serve as patient and family partners on various quality improvement...
Providing safe, quality health care is important to Health PEI. As a patient, client, resident or loved one, you have the right to give feedback about care received and know you will be treated fairly. Your feedback provides us an opportunity to work with you to improve the care and quality of...
Patients and families are invited to express compliments and complaints about health care services received throughout Health PEI.
Patient safety is a top priority at Health PEI. Health care professionals work to ensure patients receive safe care while maintaining the dignity and respect of individual patients and their families. However, things occasionally do not go as planned and patient safety incidents do occur. Health...
We all know that exercise and activity are important for good health and healing. That’s why a new program is being used to help bring the benefits of working-out to Island residents during their stay in hospital. As part of a senior-friendly hospital approach being piloted on Unit 3 at the Queen...
Andrew Fudge found a welcoming community and a fulfilling career when he moved from Newfoundland to work as a registered nurse at Western Hospital in Alberton. After graduating from Memorial University last year, Fudge said he chose Prince Edward Island because it offered a stable full-time...
Every researcher must complete an annual report and request for re-approval.