Three interactive, co-facilitated, free, modules over two Saturdays to develop knowledge, skills, and attitude needed to do patient-oriented research.

Format:In person
All staff
Where:SFU Surrey
13450 102 Avenue, Surrey
Room 3250
When:Saturday, October 27 to Saturday, November 03, 2018

The BC SUPPORT Unit Fraser Centre is pleased to offer the Foundations of Patient-Oriented Research National Curriculum.

This free, three module course will equip you with the knowledge, skills and attitude needed to do patient-oriented research*. All modules include interactive, co-facilitation (by patient partners and staff), certificate of completion, and refreshments.

Register for any or all three modules:

October 27th, 2018, all day - Module 1: Patient-Oriented Research
November 3rd, 2018, AM - Module 2: Fundamentals of Health Research in Canada
November 3rd, 2018, PM - Module 3: Building Partnerships & Consolidating Teams

The modules are delivered in a colearning format with researchers, patients and others learning together - taking the training together helps individuals see how their knowledge and experience differs from others. This experential learning aspect will help people as they engage in patient-oriented research by identifying where they may need to coach one another.

All researchers, patients, decision makers, and health care providers interested in doing patient-oriented research should attend.The training is free but space is limited so please register for each of the modules you would like to attend.

*Patient-oriented research is research done in partnership with all stakeholders (patients, researchers, health care providers, and decision makers), that answers research questions that matter to patients and aims to improve health care. Patients include individuals with personal experience of the health system including informal caregivers, family and friends, and members of the public.

Contact the organizer

Lupin Battersby
604-953-5150 ext. 765870

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