By Bird Bouchard
The Community Health and Social Services Network is seeking respondents for a wide-ranging online survey, funded by Health Canada, about access to health services offered in English.
The survey hopes to hear from English-speaking residents of Quebec. The hope is to better understand the public’s opinions about health and social services access for anglophone communities in the various regions of Quebec.
The survey asks questions ranging from age, the language spoken at home, comfortability with carrying out a conversation in French, whether someone has a family doctor and how satisfied they are with the availability of health and social services in English in their region.
Jennifer Johnson, Executive Director with CHSSN, highlighted they will be able to compare responses between the Francophone and Anglophone communities.
“We will be able to see if English speakers are identifying even more challenges than the Francophone population,” she said.
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