Registration for this session is additional to the congress registration fee and is €49 on site, €43 standard.
Aims : Access educational materials here
• To explore why patient involvement is important in the development of clinical practice guidelines and research studies, and the evidence that shows it is effective
• To understand the strengths and challenges of involving patients in ERS Task Forces and CRCs, through the experiences of professionals and patients working together in current projects
• To explore the different ways in which patients can provide input, and how to select the most appropriate method to maximise impact
• For participants to plan, through practical discussions, patient involvement in their current or proposed Task Force, CRC or other research project.
Target audience :
Allergologist, Anaesthesiologist, Cardiologist, Clinician, Educationalist, Emergency medicine doctor, Epidemiologist, General practitioner, Intensivist/critical care physician, Lung function technician, Microbiologist, Nurse, Occupational therapist, Otolaryngologist, Paediatrician, Pathologist, Physiotherapist, Psychologist, Public health official, Pulmonologist, Radiologist, Respiratory physician, Respiratory therapist, Sleep specialist/technologist, Social worker, TB specialist, Thoracic surgeon, Trainee, Allied health professional, Fellow, Immunologist, Junior member, Neonatologist, Oncologist, Patient, Pharmaceutical industry representative, Physiologist, Researcher, Resident, Scientist, Student, Thoracic endoscopist