Engaging patients and other interested parties in the planning, conduct, and dissemination of clinical research can improve participant recruitment and enhance research relevance and translation to practice. While researchers may be willing and interested in engagement as part of participatory and co-design methods, it’s not always clear what engagement strategies fit the research context.

The University of Colorado’s DICEMethods.org Engagement Navigator includes an Education Hub and an Engagement Method Selection interactive tool to help researchers select and apply engagement methods in clinical research.

In this presentation, Bethany M. Kwan, PhD, MSPH, FSBM, from Colorado Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute will share an overview of participatory research, co-design, and engagement methods, provide a case example of engagement in research and perform a demonstration of the DICEMethods.org tool.


This event,  hosted by the Trial Innovation Network, is made available to the University of Rochester community via the UR Clinical and Translational Science Institute. 

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  • Michael Chen

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