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Best Practice Sharing Session: Using Narratives to Promote Engagement: The MyPaTH Story Project

Published by Joanna Ball | updated on July 14, 2017

Kathleen McTigue, MD, MPH describes how the PaTH Network has developed the MyPaTH Story Project, an archive of patient stories, to support the development of people-centered research questions in PCORnet and facilitate patient engagement in patient-centered outcomes research. The presentation describes how patients helped shape the project, the data that accompanies each story, and how the data collected can be used by researchers. To continue the dialogue about how patient stories can enrich your research and practice, follow the Commons Community Conversations group forum. Download the presentation slides and view the presentation using the links below.   PCORnet BPSS Slides (PDF) BPSS... Read more

Improving Collaboration among Health Communication, Health Education, and Health Literacy

Published by Joanna Ball | updated on July 14, 2017

Authors: Marin P. Allen, Elaine Auld, Robert Logan, J. Henry Montes, and Stacey Rosen This discussion paper published by the National Academy of Medicine on July 10, 2017, provides a call-to-action for health communication, health education, and health literacy practitioners to work together to enhance human health, improve health outcomes, and reduce health disparities. Read more

CCFA Partners: Citizen Scientist Infographic

Published by Joanna Ball | updated on July 13, 2017

CCFA Partners PPRN uses this infographic as part of their strategy to recruit new members. Use this to guide the development of your own recruitment infographic, flyer, or poster.  Read more

Clinician Engagement for Continuous Learning

Published by Joanna Ball | updated on July 7, 2017

This discussion paper was published on March 6, 2017, in the National Academy of Medicine's NAM Perspectives. The writers address how clinicians can advance and benefit from a continuously learning health system and also describe: The potential and importance of engaging clinicians in knowledge generation The challenges and strategies for aligning priorities between clinicians and researchers The barriers to data collection at the point of care   Read more