Desktop Experience Required

This webpage is optimized for desktop use. For the best experience and full functionality, we recommend accessing this page on a desktop computer.

My Readiness

You may choose to modify your priorities now that you have learned more about engaging a patient partner on your clinical trial/research team. Review your identified (My) Priorities and decide if you wish to modify/change:

  • Where you wish to engage a patient partner in the research process, and
  • Your preferred level of engagement.

Lastly you will do a readiness quiz before moving on to make your decision.

Review My Priorities

Drag and drop each step in The Research Process/Lifecycle from where you envision patients being MOST engaged as patient partners to LEAST engaged in your clinical trial/research project.
Priority
Research Process Steps
  1. 1
    Identifying & Prioritizing
  2. 2
    Design
  3. 3
    Development of the Grant Proposal
  4. 4
    Preparation for Execution of the Study
  5. 5
    Data Collection
  6. 6
    Analyzing & Interpreting Data
  7. 7
    Dissemination
  8. 8
    Implementation
  9. 9
    Monitoring & Evaluation

Review My Levels of Engagement

Levels of Engagement

  • Inform — You will keep patient partners informed.
  • Consult — You will keep patient partners informed, listen and acknowledge concerns, provide feedback on how input is used.
  • Involve — Work with patient partners so their concerns are reflected and provide them feedback on how input is used.
  • Collaborate — You will work with patient partners to include their advice into decisions as much as possible.
  • Empower — You will implement what patient partners decide.
Review your identified priorities (see My Priorities) and decide if you wish to modify/change: 1) Where to Engage a Patient Partner in the Research Process/Lifecycle, and/or 2) The level of engagement.
PrioritiesResearch Process StepLevel of Engagement
1Identifying & Prioritizing
2Design
3Development of the Grant Proposal

My Readiness Quiz

After you have reviewed and confirmed your priorities (see My Priorities) you will move to what matters most to you and your clinical trial/research project? In the table below is a list of possible reasons to engage or not engage a patient as a partner in your clinical trial/research project. Choose the number in each row below to indicate how important each reason is to you.