This report examines principles for returning value to research participants and provides examples of digitally based engagement strategies sourced from literature scans and case study interviews from the PCORI-funded Patient/Participant-Driven Research Community Learning Network (PDRC LN) project, which was supported by NORC at the University of Chicago (NORC) and AcademyHealth. Specifically, this report dives into how digital tools and technologies present opportunities to address practical limitations by offering a scalable and interactive means for providing information back to participants, enabling collaboration, and cultivating community.
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