Toolkit on Patient Partner Engagement in Research

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Toolkit on Patient Partner Engagement in Research

Description

The Toolkit on Patient Partner Engagement in Research (TOPPER) is a comprehensive set of orientation materials that were created for the patient partners—patients, family members, and caregivers—who advise researchers throughout a research project. Although these materials were originally developed for patient partners of youth and teens with type 1 diabetes, they can be adapted for a variety of types of patient partners.

The toolkit includes the following resources:

  • A session agenda
  • A detailed manual for two facilitators to use during the orientation
  • 20 supplementary worksheets, exercises, forms, and examples

Free registration is required to access this toolkit.

Developer:

University of Wisconsin–Madison; American Family Children’s Hospital

Funding Sources:

Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute; National Institute of Nursing Research; National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences

History

Release Date: 2015
Date Verified: 02/12/15
Original Summary: February 2015

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