2020 PCORI Virtual Annual Meeting Opening Keynote
Over the last decade, we’ve seen a culture shift where funders of healthcare research prioritize efforts guided by patients, care partners, and other stakeholders. Now, 10 years after the initial authorization of PCORI, we’re approaching a tipping point where leadership might be shared more evenly between investigators and members of the communities they serve. Together, with all perspectives and skills at the table, more meaningful research is within our reach. As the traditional lines between researchers and stakeholders begin to blur, is it possible the next generation of co-investigators are the patient stakeholders of today?
In this presentation, Liz Salmi will walk you through her path as a curious patient and how a chance encounter with PCORI challenged her assumptions of what she was capable of contributing as an engaged collaborator, all of which inspired her to get involved in research and take up a role as co-investigator.
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