Clinical Trials Ontario Director, Patient & Public Engagement
Our mission is to strengthen, promote and capitalize on Ontario’s competitive advantages to conduct...
I use my training as an analytical chemist and 15 years of experience at the bench in biotech (R&D, drug discovery) and business development, commercialization, and project management, to implement diligence, rigour and organization in relationship building and management. I also have extensive volunteer experience in arthritis advocacy and awareness, and am presently the Vice President of the Canadian Arthritis Patient Alliance. Specialties: bioanalytical chemistry, project management, business development, technology transfer and commercialization, science writing, arthritis advocacy and awareness, patient experience and perspective.
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The Patient Engagement Quality Guidance (PEQG) started as a mapping exercise by PFMD members to firstly find out what guidance or principles...
OBJECTIVE By using the PE Quality Guidance that was co-created with patients and other stakeholders in the patient engagement (PE) and medi...
Background: PFMD published the Patient Engagement Quality Guidance (PEQG) in 2018 that was co-created together with 76 experts representing...
As patient and family engagement activity broadens across the continuum of care and expands around the world, the question of compensation for an increasingly c...
Co-creation of patient engagement quality guidance for medicines development: an international multistakeholder initiative
Meaningful patient engagement (PE) can enhance medicines’ development. However, the current PE landscape is fragmentary and lacking comprehensive guidance.
I am committed to listening to patients' opinions and points of view on what materials and information they need with respect to clinical trials.Work in progress
I am committed to co-creating materials and information about clinical trials for patients and the public with patients and the public.Work in progress
I am committed to communicating with patients respectfully - taking in to account their points of view and valuing their thoughts and opinions.Work in progress