WCHRI Engaging social actors in health research Lunch & Learn: "The story behind the development of SheEmpowers patient decision aid for managing early surgical menopause"
In collaboration with the Lois Hole Hospital for Women (LHHW) and the Grey Nuns Community Hospital (GNCH) menopause clinics, the research team developed and evaluated an evidence-based, self-administered patient decision aid (PDA) to help women make hormone therapy (HT) decisions for managing early surgical menopause.
Objectives of this session:
- Describe the development and evaluation of the SheEmpowers PDA for managing early surgical menopause.
- Share learned experiences of patient and clinician engagement in developing and evaluating the SheEmpowers PDA.
Date: January 24
Time: noon–1 p.m.
Location: ECHA L1-150
- Tasneem Siyam, registered clinical pharmacist and PhD candidate supervised by Nese Yuksel and Sue Ross
- Nese Yuksel, professor in the Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences and menopause practitioner at the LHHW menopause clinic
- Sue Ross, professor in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology and the Cavarzan Chair in Mature Women's Health Research at the LHHW
- Lori Battochio, registered nurse and health educator at the LHHW menopause clinic
Pizza lunch provided. Register today!
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This session is part of the WCHRI Lunch & Learn theme for the year, with sessions related to community and patient engagement. This WCHRI Lunch & Learn workshop series will introduce our members to a number of research projects that have effectively engaged different social actors (patients, community organizations, community members, clinicians, decision/policy makers) as active partners in research.
The workshops in this series are interactive, with two primary aims: 1) to discuss the process of working together with different social actors in health research, and 2) to present the outcomes of such a research approach.