This webinar will highlight two PCORI-funded awardees who have received both Engagement awards and research study awards and explore key aspects of their journey to successfully move research forward with a more intentional focus on stakeholder engagement. Awardees will share the engagement strategies they developed and utilized in their Engagement Award and notable lessons learned from applying such strategies within their PCOR/CER projects.
In addition to providing an overview of their projects and key lessons learned, awardees will discuss similarities and differences in utilizing certain strategies in each award mechanism. Finally, information will be shared regarding how awardees may have implemented virtual engagement strategies in the past year to adapt to the evolving context around the COVID-19 pandemic.
This webinar is open to the public and registration is required.
About the Webinar Series
The "Engagement Awardee Lunch and Learn" webinar series is an initiative created to provide a platform for Engagement Awardees to share success stories, lessons learned, and strategies for engagement across Awardee communities. Topics will vary and are designed to reach a broad array of stakeholders, offering innovative approaches to consider in real-world engagement and partnership development/maintenance.
Megan Morris, PhD, MPH
University of Colorado Denver
Engagement Award Project: Learning Collaborative to Address Disability Equity in Healthcare (LEADERs)
Research Project: Comparing Two Ways to Improve Communication between Healthcare Teams and People with a Communication Disability
Kemi Doll, MD, MS
University of Washington
Engagement Award Project #1: The Endometrial Cancer Action Network for African Americans (ECANA): Building a Bridge of Engagement
Engagement Award Project #2: ECANA Conference
Research Project: Social Interventions for Support During Treatment for Endometrial Cancer and Recurrence -- The SISTER Study