Community Conversations About Collaborative Family Practice Teams


Between February and November 2018, Nova Scotia Health Authority hosted 25 community conversations. These conversations were held in each county across the province, and more than 600 Nova Scotians attended.

For those who could not take part in person, there was an option to contribute online in English, French and Arabic. Over five thousand people visited this website, with 165 people taking part in the online conversation.

Read the Summary Report:

What We Heard: Community Conversations About Collaborative Family Practice Teams

What we heard from Nova Scotians was consistent across the province, and aligns with other discussions and meetings that have taken place over the past several years with elected leaders, family doctors, and health system stakeholders and staff.

Thank you to those who attended and participated in these discussions; we look forward to hosting more conversations about the primary health care system in the future.



Between February and November 2018, Nova Scotia Health Authority hosted 25 community conversations. These conversations were held in each county across the province, and more than 600 Nova Scotians attended.

For those who could not take part in person, there was an option to contribute online in English, French and Arabic. Over five thousand people visited this website, with 165 people taking part in the online conversation.

Read the Summary Report:

What We Heard: Community Conversations About Collaborative Family Practice Teams

What we heard from Nova Scotians was consistent across the province, and aligns with other discussions and meetings that have taken place over the past several years with elected leaders, family doctors, and health system stakeholders and staff.

Thank you to those who attended and participated in these discussions; we look forward to hosting more conversations about the primary health care system in the future.