EATRIS launches survey on Patient Engagement in Academic Research

The European Advanced Translational Research Infrastructure in Medicine (EATRIS) together with the European Patients Forum (EPF), the European AIDS Treatment Group and the European Patients Academy (EUPATI) have co-launched a short anonymous survey on Patient Engagement in Academic Research.

Targeted primarily at academic researchers, they encourage any academic researcher regardless of their research focus and current level (or absence) of engagement with patients to help them learn more about patient engagement and to further define resources and tools that can shape future patient engagement in research and development.

The survey is currently collecting responses here, but will close on July 31st.

This initiative is part of the EATRIS-Plus project, EATRIS’ flagship project in Personalised Medicine.

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