10:00am - 11:00am
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What kind of tools and methods can we use to reach out and engage while social distancing? Join us to discuss.
About this Event
How the Panel Works
In this session, patient and public partner panelists will share their perspectives on practical considerations for the use of technology and social media in practicing meaningful, inclusive and safe online patient and public engagement. The panelist presentations will be followed by a Q&A and discussion period. Attendees are welcome to submit questions ahead of time to CHIPartners@umanitoba.ca, or during the webinar via the chatbox.
About the Panel
By the end of the session, attendees should be able to:
- Describe challenges in using technology to connect;
- Describe how technology impacts the processes of building and maintaining relationships;
- Identify methods to make the most of the tools available for online engagement.
Panelists include patient and public partners who are members of the Centre for Healthcare Innovation (CHI)'s Patient and Public Engagement Collaborative Partnership. The panel will be moderated by CHI’s Patient and Public Engagement Team.
Please join us for an interactive discussion on how to work with patient and public partners to ensure online engagement is as inclusive as possible.
The PE Team
The Patient and Public Engagement (PE) Team includes Carolyn Shimmin, Patient and Public Engagement Lead for CHI, and two Knowledge Brokers, Ogai Sherzoi and Patricia Roche. The team works collaboratively with researchers, clinicians and students to support the meaningful and active involvement of patients, caregivers, families, communities, and members of the public in health research projects and programs. This includes direct support for development and conduct of engagement activities with diverse groups, facilitating relationships, and the development and delivery of resources, training, and education.
The CHI Patient and Public Engagement Lunchtime Learning Series is a self-approved group learning activity (section 1) as defined by the Maintenance of Certification program of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada. This series is accredited for a maximum of 10 hours (1 hour per session) and participants will only receive credit for sessions they attend. Certificates of completion will be issued annually (September 2019) to the email address provided by the participant.