10 tips to encourage the participation of affected people in research projects
Discover strategies to include users in research. Online session in charge of Begonya Nafria of Hospital Sant Joan de Déu
Driving research processes that include the affected people contributes to more applicable research, as it is closer to people’s real needs. However, this is a complex and challenging process.
The researcher Begonya Nafria, coordinator of Patient Participation in Research at the Hospital Sant Joan de Déu, will be the protagonist of the next Breakfast&Learn, a meeting where she will share with the attendees a roadmap and practical tips to involve users throughout the research process, from the conceptualization of projects and other initiatives, to the development of the final product.
The open, virtual and free session, under the name “10 tips to improve the participation of affected people in research projects”, will be held on Wednesday, December 13 from 9 to 10 am.
Nafria focuses her research on the field of clinical trials, where she acts as a bridge between the first person and clinical research, helping to ensure that the vision of the people affected nurtures research projects and guides their execution.
Do not miss a session that aims to deepen participatory strategies that have the ultimate goal of improving the quality of life of users through research, promoting clinical and technological solutions and interventions according to their needs.
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9h – Welcome to the 24th Breakfast & Learn.
9:05h– Virtual session: 10 tips to improve the participation of affected people in research projects, by Begonya Nafria, coordinator of Patient Participation in Research at Fundació Sant Joan de Déu (FSJD).
9:45h – Q&A
10h – End of the session