Citizens’ Reference Panel
The Citizens’ Reference Panel on Health Services and Integration was held in the winter of 2009.
What is the Citizens’ Reference Panel?
It is an advisory committee of 36 citizens selected from across Southeastern Ontario that assisted the LHIN by providing advice. In January, 5,000 homes were randomly selected to receive an invitation to take part in a lottery to select the 36 panelists. Those selected in the stratified sample then took part in three full-day sessions in February and March.
Introducing our panelists:
Watch what our citizens' panel had to say...
Thank you to everyone who took part in the March 7 Town Hall event hosted by our panelists.
We are pleased to share beliefs captured during the March 7 event.
One of our panelists outlines the history of Memorial Hall in Kingston:
Materials from Day 1 - Feb. 28, 2009
Welcome from Georgina Thompson, Chair, Board of Directors, SE LHIN
Overview on the LHIN, planning & engagement by Paul Huras, CEO, SE LHIN
IHSP - who, where & what: Making sense of the data by Don McGuinness, Sr. Performance & Integration Analyst, SE LHIN
March 9 - MY FM (Napanee) news story
March 8 - CKWS TV story on LHIN Citizen Engagement and Public Session by Max Wark
March 3 - Belleville Intelligencer story by Barry Ellsworth Personal Service Worker Part of Healthcare Panel
Feb. 19 - Napanee Guide story by Jim Barber Public to be involved in LHIN strategic planning process