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Setting the PaCE: Carolinas Symposium

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CMC-Mercy Auditorium

2001 Vail Avenue

Charlotte, NC 28207

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PaCE (Patient and Clinician Engagement) aims to develop a robust community of patients and primary care providers with knowledge and understanding of patient-centered outcomes research in primary care. PaCE seeks to identify "non-usual suspects" - people who are not necessarily medical or health professionals and engage them in health research.

Intended audience: patients, clinicians, and practice staff interested in hearing about or getting involved in health research

Topics and training on:

  • Advocacy and patient engagement
  • Primary care and research
  • Patient-centered outcomes research
  • Intro to the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI)
  • Forming a patient advisory council

The symposium's purpose is to explore how to engage with each other around health research and be advocates to advance primary care.

Program runs from 10am-2pm with lunch provided.

Hosts: clinician Dr. Ed Bujold, patient Ray Haeme, and researcher Dr. Hazel Tapp

Detailed agenda coming soon!

Questions? PaCE.carolinas@gmail.com || Please register by Thursday, October 5 to be included in the lunch order!

The PaCE project is organized by NAPCRG and funded by PCORI. More details here.

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