Albertans4HealthResearch provides a space where we can collaborate, learn and innovate to advance the science and practice of Patient Engagement in Patient-Oriented Research.

We are passionate about the meaningful engagement that can happen through support, mutual respect and inviting diverse perspectives. We believe that by working together with patients, caregivers, family members and friends with personal experiences of health issues or the healthcare system, we can make healthcare research more accessible and relevant to all Albertans.

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Improving Osteoarthritis Care with Artificial Intelligence (AI) Technology

Quiet Eye Psychomotor Skills Training Package (Grant Applications) for In Sight Lab CONNECT (Collaborative Network for Education, Clinical Training, and Research) program

Promoting shared decision making for people with chronic kidney disease

Preparedness of Informal Caregivers of an Older Adult after a Stroke: Developing the Concept and an Intervention Program

Patient and Family Advisory Council (PFAC) for Adolescents and Young Adults (AYA) Cancer Research Program

Examining the construct of Just Culture Among Patient and Resident Physicians in Health Care Settings: A Patient-Oriented Study

Advisory Group for Patient Oriented Innovative Nutrition Trial (POINT) – Micronutrients for ADHD in Youth (MADDY)

Co-creating a person-centered strategy to manage psychological distress in critically ill patients

Development and evaluation of a patient-centered electronic outcome assessment (strokePRO) system for acute stroke trials

Advancing Equitable Access to Cancer Care and Palliative Care with Racialized People with Advanced Cancer: Patient and Family Advisory Council opportunity for People of Latin American descent

Feasibility of an app-based walker fitting and gait training education program for older adults

Comparing impacts of donor human milk to formula supplement of full-term infants who are born via caesarean section: A patient-oriented, clinical pilot randomized controlled trial