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Introduction to Patient Engagement/Integrated Knowledge Translation

Presenters:

Lisa Petermann, BSc, BA, MA, PhD

Diane Duncan, BScPharm, BA, PMP, MEd(c)

Link to Webinar Presentation (via Adobe Connect): https://connect.srv.ualberta.ca/intrope/

About Lisa:

Lisa brings a wealth of experience in both patient engagement and knowledge translation. She has held various leadership positions in both government and not-for-profit at the provincial, national, and international levels. Perhaps most relevant, Lisa co-authored a pragmatic KT guide for mental health and co-designed the how-to guide for integrating the patient voice into health research. She is an energetic facilitator who uses session design to give participants a better tool kit for hosting their own engagement events.

Lisa works as a Program Coordinator for the Alberta SPOR SUPPORT Unit Patient Engagement Platform.

About Diane:

Diane brings an eclectic array of academic and pragmatic skills to facilitate this workshop including her background as a clinical pharmacist; training in project management and adult education; and experience implementing knowledge translation activities including academic detailing initiatives, audit and feedback interventions, opinion leader sessions and educational events.

SPOR Program Coordinator, Knowledge Translation and Implementation Science, Alberta SPOR SUPPORT Unit Knowledge Translation Platform.

Learning Objectives:

  • Explain patient-oriented research(POR) in your own words

  • Compare patient engagement to integrated knowledge translation

  • Explain why patients and knowledge users should be engaged in patient-oriented research

Want to learn more?

Register for Lisa and Diane's upcoming workshop "How to create a patient engagement and integrated knowledge translation plan" on Tuesday, November 21. This workshop is part of META: A pragmatic workshop series on Moving Evidence To Action to improve patient outcomes, hosted by the Alberta SPOR SUPPORT Unit Knowledge Translation Platform. The META Workshops will all take place on the University of Alberta campus.

META Registration Link: https://secure.effreg.com/register/metaworkshops2017

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