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Consumer Involvement in Research: The role of researchers, HRECs and funders

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PRAXIS Plus+ 2021: Research Ethics in Practice Webinar Series Session 3 – Consumer Involvement in Research: The role of researchers, HRECs and funders in promoting meaningful involvement of consumers.

We had a great discussion last week with our panel of consumer involvement, industry and HREC experts, talking about ways to transform our intentions of involvement to real commitment to action.

The audience shared inspiring examples of how they are embedding these principles in their research. However, most report they are only now getting started.

Moreover, we talked about a list of resources and these are shared in the video below. I encourage you to look at the Australian Clinical Trials Alliance and CT:IQ Consumer Involvement Toolkit. In addition, I also advise looking at the publication led by Anne McKenzie AM and Bec Hanley at Telethon Kids Institute .

Pick a small goal first. Work on embedding it into your practice. Then, expand your activities. Small steps are key.

Thanks again to Trina O’Donnell, Kris Pierce, Anne McKenzie AM, Liz Wilson, and Leanne Weekes.

Did you miss out on a webinar? No problem! Visit our YouTube channel to explore our previous discussions.

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