Engagement Awardee Lunch and Learn: Virtual Engagement
As the COVID-19 pandemic has evolved, so have opportunities to build and scale virtual engagement platforms that have proved to be critical during this time. During this webinar, four Engagement Awardees presented their work and shared successful virtual engagement strategies from their Eugene Washington PCORI Engagement Awards projects.
Bruce Leff, MD, Project Lead
Orla Sheehan, MD, PhD, Co-Investigator
Johns Hopkins University
Project: Engaging the Invisible Homebound and their Caregivers in the Development of Home-Based Medical Care Research
Joanne Nicholson, PhD, Project Lead
Shannon Hennig, MA, Patient Co-Lead
Project: Creating a Community with Mothers with Mental Illness Using Opioids
Mandi Pratt-Chapman, PhD, Project Lead
George Washington University
Project: Disseminating Patient-Driven Standards for Quality Cancer Survivorship Care
Emily Godfrey, MD, MPH, Project Lead
Molly Pam, Patient Partner
University of Washington
Project: Building Research Partnerships to Improve Sexual and Reproductive Health for Women with CF
This webinar was open to the public and registration was required.
About this Webinar Series
The PCORI Engagement Award (EA) Program’s "Engagement Awardee Lunch and Learn" webinar series provides a platform for Engagement Awardees to share success stories, lessons learned and strategies for engagement across awardee communities that arise from their PCORI-funded EA project(s). Topics are designed to reach a broad array of stakeholders, offering innovative approaches to consider in real-world engagement and partnership development/maintenance.