(CHES/MCHES Enduring Activity) Incorporating
Patient Voice into Meaningful Research: Lessons
learned from a Eugene Washington Engagement Award
This session aims to provide a case example of the development and implementation of a research advisory board; the Bureau of Sages. The session will walk participants through the process of working collaboratively with patients and stakeholders to write a research proposal, implement the project, sustain it, and then build towards translation and dissemination. We will share lessons learned and discuss future directions.
1. Describe the development and application process for an engagement award. 2. Understand how to incorporate voice of patients and stakeholders into meaningful research. 3. Discuss lessons learned and opportunities for translation and dissemination of similar programs.
To obtain CHES/MCHES credit, you must complete the evaluation form. This event is approved for 1.5 prescribed credits by AAFP.