Date: Friday, October 08, 2021 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Categories: General* PPESIG

Join us on Friday 8th October to learn how involving consumers in research and health care can lead to better outcomes.

Our webinar will cover:

•       Insights from consumer engagement research

•       Examples of how to engage consumers

•       Barriers and solutions to meaningful engagement 

•       Impact on health outcomes

•       Particular difficulties with engaging consumers in the perinatal and paediatric setting

Friday 8 October 2021

1-2pm AEDT

To register, click here

Presenters:

Dr Rae Thomas is an Associate Professor in the Institute for Evidence-Based Healthcare at Bond University. Rae’s passion is improving evidence-based decision making in clinical practice and using community engagement to improve health systems and policy. For further information click here.

Dr Natasha Donnolley is a leading consumer advocate in maternal and perinatal health, providing advice to governments and NGOs for over 18 years. Also, Natasha is a Research Project Manager at the National Perinatal Epidemiology & Statistics Unit, UNSW. For further information click here.

A/Professor Angela Todd is Research Director for Sydney Health Partners. Angela leads initiatives across the partnership to support translational research including streamlining research governance, enabling access to health data, strengthening trial infrastructure, and supporting increased consumer involvement in health research.  For further information click here.

pdf PPESIG Oct 21 webinar flyer (357 KB)