The PREFeR(PRioriEtes For Research) Project: Patient priorities for primary care research in British Columbia
The PREFeR(PRioritEs For Research aims to identify patient-generated priorities for primary care research in British Columbia, comparing patient and primary care provider perspectives using online surveys. We also survey what research is being done on the priorities in BC.
Please complete this 5-10 minute online survey about patient and primary care provider priorities for future primary care research in British Columbia. Every response helps us better understand the priorities of British Columbians.
The survey is open to all patients and primary care providers in BC from now until May 2018. Responses are provided anonymously and will be kept confidential. The survey is hosted on the Centre for Clinical Epidemiology and Evaluation’s REDCap survey platform, which conforms to the highest privacy standards.
Here are the survey links:
For patients in BC: https://is.gd/patients_prefer
For primary care providers in BC: https://is.gd/prefer_providers
Completing the survey by telephone is an option(takes 30-40 minutes); Contact: Louisa Edwards, Research Fellow, Simon Fraser University (SFU), email: email@example.com; or phone 604-875-4111, ext. 4111 ext 67241
This survey is one component of the PREFeR(PRioritiEs For Research) Project, which is funded by the UBC Centre for Health Services and Policy Research, CIHR(Canadian Institute for Health Research) Patient-Oriented Research Collaboration, and supported by the BC Support Unit. The project is co-lead by Dr. Ruth Lavergne (Assistant Professor, SFU), and Dr. Louise Edwards (Research Fellow, SFU & Centre for Clinical Epidemiology and Evaluation), and includes a core team of 10 patient partners (the BC Primary Care Research Network Patient Advisory Patient Advisory).