Patient and Family Advisory Council for Quality (PFACQ)

Patient and Family Advisory Council for Quality (PFACQ)

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Founded in 2015, the Patient and Family Advisory Council for Quality (PFACQ) at MSK is a partnership of current and former patients, family members, caregivers, and clinical and administrative staff. In order for every patient, family member, and caregiver to experience state-of-the-art cancer care that is safe, responsive, compassionate, efficient, collaborative, transparent, and respectful, we seek to integrate the patient, family, and caregiver perspective into every aspect of MSK’s efforts to prevent, diagnose, treat, and cure cancer. We are sponsored by the Division of Quality and Safety.

A Case for MAID: Patient and Clinicians’ Perspectives

The Patient and Family Advisory Council for Quality (PFACQ), in partnership with the Division of Quality and Safety, held a special panel discussion on Monday, May 9, 2022, about Medical Aid in Dying (MAID).

We Want to Hear from You

Are you interested in becoming a patient or family advisor? Please review our frequently asked questions or apply today.

Diversity is at the heart of PFACQ’s structure and helps drive its recruitment approach. Advisors with all backgrounds are welcome as we look to diversify across gender, age, race, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, disease type, and treatment type.

For more information or questions, please contact us at [email protected].