PATIENTS Program, Part 1: The PATIENTS 10-Step Framework as a Community Engagement Tool
Class Experience Level
Beginner

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This is part one of a series, part two Continuous Engagement after the PATIENTS Professors Academy: Methods and Pathways webinar is scheduled on Feb 27, 2024

The PATIENTS Program is an interdisciplinary research team of community partners and researchers housed at the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy that works to change the way we think about research by creating a path for health equity in West Baltimore.

The 10-Step Framework for Continuous Engagement was originally developed to enhance Patient-Centered Outcomes Research (PCOR) and Comparative Effectiveness Research (CER). The 10-Step Framework provides a model for how anyone can authentically and continuously engage in fostering community-academic partnerships.

This webinar will explain how the PATIENTS Program’s 10-Step Framework for Continuous Engagement aligns evidence-based engagement methods throughout and across research projects. Participants will define and identify authentic community engagement and what is not community engagement. Participants will also learn the significance of community partnerships in research and how to identify and value the contributions of credible messengers and community-based research partners.

Speakers: 

Hillary Edwards, PATIENTS Program

Tanisha Armstrong, PATIENTS Professor

Jennie Flanagan, PATIENTS Professor

Brian Gutierrez, PATIENTS Professor

Donald Young, PATIENTS Professor

This webinar addresses increasing health equity through community engagement and the NNLM initiative of environmental determinants of health by increasing knowledge and skills of building authentic community engagement. 

By registering for this class, you are agreeing to the NNLM Code of Conduct

Objectives:
  1. Describe how the PATIENTS Program’s 10-Step Continuous Engagement Framework aligns evidence-based engagement methods throughout and across research projects
  2. Explain patient-centered outcomes research (PCOR) and distinguish between patient-centered and patient-targeted practices
  3. Identify and value the contributions of credible messengers and community-based research partners

Class Details

Date(s): January 30, 2024
Time: 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM EST
Platform: Zoom
CE Credits: 1.00
Class Experience Level: Beginner
This class is sponsored by Region 1.
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Class Contacts

Host/Instructor: Faith Steele, Tony Nguyen
Technical Assistance: Rebecca Brown

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