The Centre of Excellence on Partnerships with Patients and the Public (CEPPP) has partnered with the Canadian Patient Safety Institute (CPSI) to keep you informed about the newest evidence on patient engagement.
Below, you will find a link to the latest monthly CEPPP evidence summary, which includes references to articles pertaining to patient partnership in care and research, case studies, systematic reviews and evaluation, among other topics. This summary – generated from scanning recently published information and updated monthly – is meant for anyone working in or interested by the field of patient partnership: patient partners, students, research professionals, clinicians, or administrators.
This evidence summary complements the collection of resources included in the
Engaging Patients in Patient Safety – a Canadian Guide. If you prefer getting this information in your inbox right away, sign up following
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Last updated: April 2019
As a global pioneer in the science of patient partnership, the CEPPP aims to prepare our society for the future of health. Built on a laboratory, a school, and a network of partnership experts, we are developing new practices that focus on dialogue and sharing knowledge to improve the patient experience and effectiveness of healthcare.