A recent article published in the Journal of Comparative Effectiveness Research puts forth a new framework for patient engagement in the research process.
The article by Camila Strassle, National Institute of Health, and Steven Pearson, the Institute for Clinical and Economic Review, suggests that the goals of patient engagement “have not been clearly defined for each step of the research enterprise.”
“This article presents a new framework for patient engagement by first describing the goals of patient engagement at each stage of the research enterprise and then establishing how to prioritize the types of patient expertise that are needed to achieve these goals,” the article states.
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