Abstract: These reports are the result of our Initiative to Support Patient Involvement in Research (INSPIRE) project. For the Phase I Report we spoke with 37 people (23 researchers and 14 patient/family partners) partnering on 23 Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute-funded projects in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States. Diverse approaches to patient‐researcher partnerships were described including both consultative and collaborative approaches. The interviews yielded important findings on what makes partnerships successful as well as what is still needed in terms of training and support. We also held a workshop on July 18 & 19, 2016, which allowed the patient-centered outcomes research community to share knowledge and experiences with others who may learn from them and prioritize needs for partnership report. The workshop summary reports on outcomes of this event.
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Categories: reflecting on public involvement in research journal article report service users and carers description of involvement in a research project members of the public training and supporting service users
Date Entered: 2017/08/23
Date Edited: 2017/08/29