PaTH to partnership in stakeholder-engaged research

A framework for stakeholder engagement in the PaTH to Health Diabetes study

Jennifer M. Poger, Hsin Chieh Yeh, Cindy L. Bryce, Jennifer K. Carroll, Lan Kong, Erica B. Francis, Jennifer Kraschnewski

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Engaging a diverse stakeholder group, including patients, clinicians, policy makers, and leadership from national professional organizations as partners in research supports the pursuit of patient-centered outcomes. Utilizing the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research (PCOR) Engagement Principles and applying adult learning theories to training opportunities can enhance stakeholder-investigator collaborations. Regularly scheduled study meetings with stakeholders can help streamline communication, offer a platform for stakeholder voices to be shared, and increase study productivity. Ongoing engagement evaluations provide an important opportunity to assess engagement activities and improve processes moving forward. Benefits of a robust patient partner and stakeholder body extend beyond the study's objectives and translate into the creation of larger networks where resources are shared and patient-centeredness is enhanced.

Original languageEnglish (US)
JournalHealthcare
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StatePublished - Jan 1 2019

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