This event brings together academic researchers with the main stakeholders currently shaping patient engagement in drug development. It aims to foster collective reflection on how to ensure the widespread uptake and successful implementation of the tools and standards already available in this field.
During the workshop, we will take stock of ongoing efforts to standardize patient engagement in drug development and we will reflect together on the intense and often invisible work required to make tools and standards function in different settings and geographic areas. A series of innovative methodological approaches will be piloted, to elicit novel ideas and alternative imaginaries on how to render the currently available tools and standards useful and applicable outside the English-speaking world, in developing countries, among patients from low socio-economic backgrounds and with limited access due to various disabilities.
This event is hybrid. The workshop will take place on November 18 in the room Bel-Etage of Maastricht University Campus Brussels, but can also be attended online. The venue can only accommodate 30 participants. Once this number of registrations has been recorded, the remainder of the interested participants will only be able to attend the event online.
The workshop is organized by Dr. Claudia Egher with support from the InPart project members, and the Care and Public Health Research Institute (CAPHRI) of Maastricht University, and the Universiteitsfonds Limburg (SWOL) Foundation.