Are you curious to know why patient-oriented research and engaging Patient Family Partners in your research and knowledge translation(KT) projects is important?
All staff are welcome to join the “Patient Engagement and your Research/KT Project: Benefits & Best Practices When Collaborating with Patient Family Partners” workshop to find out more.
When: Tuesday, March 29, 2022 from 4:00PM-5:00PM
Where: Zoom (Registration is required)
What will you learn?
By the end of the workshop you will understand why patient-oriented research and engaging Patient Family Partners in your research and KT projects is important.
You will hear from and dialogue with researchers and Patient Family Partners who have collaborated on recent research and KT projects.
You will learn some tips and tricks for meaningful engagement between researchers and Patient Family Partners on projects.
Who is presenting?
Aggie Black -Director, Research & KT, PHCHannah Tighe -Project Manager, Person and Family CentredCare, PHCChristine Wallsworth -Patient Family Partner, Patient Voices Network Kristi Coldwell -Patient Family Partner, Transplant Research Foundation Larry Mróz -Research Services Lead, BC Support Unit Lynne Feehan -Knowledge Translation Lead, BC Support Unit
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