Sign up for the ARECCI Ethics Forum: Data’s Journey, Avoiding Ethical Pitfalls where PaCER Research Leads will be presenting a one-hour interactive workshop; "Who Owns OUR Data?" to be held on Friday, November 24th from 9:00am to 3:30pm at the Kahanoff Centre (105 12th Avenue SE, Suite 200, Calgary). Registration is $43 + tax (includes lunch). See our blog post to learn more about the workshop and to register.
A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to an App will be presented by PaCER Research Leads Jean Miller, BScN, MA, PhD and Sylvia Teare, BScN, Med at the Accelerating Primary Care Conference in Calgary at the Hyatt Regency on November 17th from 10:45-11:45am and November 18th from 9:00-10:00am.
When patients play a role in managing their care the results can be impressive. The authors of this work engaged patients in the project right from the beginning in both participant and researcher roles and the input shaped the direction of both the research and the result: a risk management tool for early knee osteoarthritis. The tool supports self-management and lifestyle changes necessary to help limit the disease's progression. Learn about this knowledge translation study and hear how the findings have led to the development of a tool that also strengthens the communication and crucially the understanding between family physicians and their KOA patients. Attendees of this session will be able to utilize the co-design methodology that was used to develop other self-management applications.
Join us for an Edmonton Internship Orientation Meeting on October 27th, from 10:00am-2:00pm or 5:00pm-8:00pm, at the University of Alberta Hospital, WMC 2F1.07, 8440 – 112 Street NW, Edmonton. Please RSVP by email to firstname.lastname@example.org indicating the session time you will be attending.
Join our PaCER Director, Dr. Nancy Marlett and PaCER Research Lead, Dr. Romita Choudhury on October 17th from 10am-12:15pm at the Qualitative Health Research Conference, Quebec City for their presentations on
Patient Produced Knowledge: Evolution of Participatory Grounded Theory in Patient Engagement Research
Come and learn more about the launch of the next PaCER Internship training program on October 7th, from 9:00 am - 2:00pm, at the TRW Building, Ground floor W21C, Foothills Campus, 3280 Hospital Drive NW, Calgary. RSVP by email to email@example.com
Jean Miller, an OA patient and PaCER Research Lead will join Simon Denegri, Chair of INVOLVE, for the last keynote at the 2017 Alberta SPOR Summer Institute. Come hear what these “keynote listeners” heard throughout the conference. The Institute runs June 25- 27, Lister Hall, University of Alberta. The final keynote is Tuesday the 27th at 2:15pm in Lister Hall, Maple Room.
Susanna Koczkur, PaCER Research Lead will be presenting with Marni Bercov, Alberta Mental Health Strategic Clinical Network and Heather Hair, Emergency Strategic Clinical Network on a patient engagement study focussed on Youth Visits to the Emergency Department with Mental Health Concerns at SPOR Summer Institute 2017, University of Alberta on Tuesday June 27th at 11:00am in Lister Hall, Glacier Room.
Share your experiences as a parent and/or family seeking help in the ER for a youth (age 7 to 24 years) with mental health and/or substance use issues (within last 5 years). Impact the future design and development of health services. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to register.