The role patients, caregivers, and family members play in healthcare and healthcare research is rapidly evolving. The traditional paradigm, placing patients as passive recipients of care and information, is shifting to one where patients are seen as partners and collaborators not only in the care they receive but in how evidence is generated. The CERTAIN Patient Voices Project supports collaboration between patient, research, and clinician communities to improve the quality of healthcare delivery and research.
The Patient Voices Project has three primary goals:
Data collected through the CERTAIN Patient Voices Project is linked to SCOAP inpatient data, creating an enriched dataset for quality improvement and future research investigations.
Download the project overview below or contact us to indicate your interest in learning more about the CERTAIN Patient Voices Project.