Navigating the Grey Area: Ethical Considerations in Engaging Patients as Partners in Research
Tuesday, May 7, 2019 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm
As patients more frequently become partners and collaborators in research, the questions about ethical challenges in developing such partnerships remain open. This panel discussion will explore some key challenges in approaching patient engagement in the health research process thoughtfully and ethically.
Date: Tuesday, May 7, 2019
Time: noon–1 p.m.
Location: ECHA 2-420
Gary Goldsand, director, John Dossetor Health Ethics Centre in the Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry
Ginetta Salvaggio, family physician and associate professor with the Department of Family Medicine
Charmaine Kabatoff, Research Ethics Board (REB) consultant in the Research Ethics Office
Jananee Rasiah, director, Patient Engagement Platform, Alberta SPOR SUPPORT Unit
Pizza lunch provided. Register today!
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This session is part of the WCHRI Lunch & Learn theme for the year, with sessions related to community and patient engagement. This WCHRI Lunch & Learn workshop series will introduce our members to a number of research projects that have effectively engaged different social actors (patients, community organizations, community members, clinicians, decision/policy makers) as active partners in research.
The workshops in this series are interactive, with two primary aims: 1) to discuss the process of working together with different social actors in health research, and 2) to present the outcomes of such a research approach.