Within the past three years, we’ve engaged more than 2,680 health care providers in the development of our projects including the Knowledge Translation in Primary Care Initiative and the Appropriate Prescribing Demonstration Project. More than one in ten of the providers we’ve directly engaged have been focus group or usability/prototyping session participants.
Focus groups and usability sessions help us identify our tools, resources, educational programs and other projects’ strengths and weaknesses from providers’ perspectives on the ground. This is why your feedback is important to us.
Providers contribute to our work throughout our development process. We discover, design, implement and evaluate with your help to assure that the work we produce is relevant and useful.
If you’re interested in participating in one of our focus groups, sign up for the next available session below:
- The role of primary care providers in cancer care focus group
Monday, June 12, 2017 from 6 to 7 p.m.