Jackie Barreau: On The Value of Patient Involvement in Research

Jackie Barreau on patient involvement in medical research

Recently, we participated in a 4 week online course through Stanford Medicine X run by Dr Larry Chu and Dr Amy Price called “Partnering with the patients and the public in medical research” . It provided a nice introduction to topics like consumerism in healthcare, what can be gained...

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Fixing the low hanging fruit of clinical trial recruitment

low hanging fruit

Today we are sitting and reflecting on the Thinktank we held a year ago today to discuss the issues people have finding clinical trials and possible solutions. Finding clinical trials is hard for patients. In fact, it is pretty hard for anyone, even if you think you know where...

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Our learnings from the SLHD Patient & Family Symposium

SLHD Patient and Family Symposium

Sydney Local Health District (SLHD) are in the midst of their Innovation Week 2018. They chose to kick off the week with a Patient and Family Symposium, highlighting the importance of keeping patients and their families as the focus for their activities. Given our interest in patient engagement, we...

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What Value Are Clinical Trials to the Public?

What Value Are Clinical Trials to the Public?

Patient-centricity is one of the latest themes building momentum in clinical trial circles, but it is a concept many are still struggling to put into practice. Despite the fact that most people I have worked with are involved in clinical trials because they want to do good for patients, it...

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