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What works for engaging lay stakeholders: Advice from a patient and caregiver group

  • Betty L. Kaiser (a1), Gay R. Thomas (a1), Julie A. Keating (a2), Nicole Brys (a2) (a3), Mary Jo Knobloch (a2) (a3) and Nasia Safdar (a2) (a3)...
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Author for correspondence: Betty L. Kaiser, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 701 Highland Ave, Madison, Wisconsin. Email: blkaiser@wisc.edu

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6.Brys, N, Keating, JA, Knobloch, MJ, Safdar, N. Engaging patients in healthcare epidemiology research: a case example. Am J Infect Control 2019;47:139143.
7.Kaiser, B, Thomas, G. Patient Advisor Toolkit 1: Orientation for Patient Advisory Committees (PAT-1). Wisconsin Network for Research Support, University of Wisconsin– School of Nursing, and Health Innovation Program. https://www.hipxchange.org/PAT-1. Published 2018. Accessed (May 20, 2019).

What works for engaging lay stakeholders: Advice from a patient and caregiver group

  • Betty L. Kaiser (a1), Gay R. Thomas (a1), Julie A. Keating (a2), Nicole Brys (a2) (a3), Mary Jo Knobloch (a2) (a3) and Nasia Safdar (a2) (a3)...

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