Strategies for Improving Patient Representativeness in Research Governance Report
This report examines the significance of and strategies for improving patient representativeness in research governance and provides examples of governance recruitment and retention practices 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. With a focus on engaging populations traditionally underrepresented in research in patient-driven research community governance, the report provides detailed descriptions of how PDRCs are doing this work and highlights lessons learned from their experiences. The report concludes with a set of guiding principles with important implications for both funders and researchers.
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