The Patient Engagement In Research Scale (PEIRS-22) is a valid and reliable questionnaire for assessing the degree of meaningful patient and family caregiver engagement in research. It enables standardized assessment of engagement in research across various contexts.
Patient Engagement In Research (PEIR) Framework is an evidence-based tool to support how engagement with patient partners is planned, carried out, and evaluated to enable meaningful engagement by the patient partners.
The PEIR Plan Workbook guides members of patient-oriented research project teams on how to plan and execute working together to enable high-quality partnerships between researchers and patient partners when undertaking research projects.
The PED Framework provides authors with guidance on important components for describing the roles and functions of patients as “research partners” for knowledge users to better understand how patients helped to shape research projects.
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