International Patient and Public Involvement and Engagement for improved Quality of Osteoarthritis Care

Pre-Congress Workshop

Date/Time: Thursday, April 30, 2020 - 8:00 AM to 11:30 AM
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Description:

This session will showcase examples of Patient and Public Involvement and Engagement (PPIE) in osteoarthritis research and implementation, and in the design and delivery of international programmes of osteoarthritis care. The session will consider how different organisations have considered the unmet needs of patients with osteoarthritis and their carers by including them in co-production. It will demonstrate examples of initiatives from different countries and highlight the importance of PPIE. There will opportunities to share experiences, ask questions and discuss next steps. 

Welcome and introduction to session
Krysia Dziedzic (Session Chair), Gary Hickey (Session Chair)

Patient and Public Involvement and Engagement in Research Design
Steven Blackburn, Nina Osteras

Patient and Public Involvement and Engagement in Implementation of Innovations
Dieuwke Schiphof, Laura Campbell

Break & Networking

Patient and Public Involvement in Osteoarthritis Programmes Of Care
Jillian Eyles, Jocelyn Bowden

Patient and Public Involvement and Engagement In OARSI
Angie Botto-van Bemden

Patient and Public Involvement and Engagement In International Organisations
Gary Hickey

Interactive round table discussion, opportunities to share experiences and discuss next steps: Who needs to do what differently? Pledges. Feedback
Krysia Dziedzic

Objective(s):

  • Understand how patient and public involvement can enhance:
    1) OA research design and implementation approaches
    2) Programmes of best practice for OA

  • Consider how an international community of practice for osteoarthritis can meet the objectives of OARSI

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