Getting Started with Consumer and Community Involvement in Research

Kerry Turnbull from the Tasmanian Collaboration for Health Improvement introduces the concept of consumer and community involvement in health research and why it matters. Dr Suzie Waddingham, researcher and lecturer in Health Improvement at UTAS presents on Co-Design. Researcher Nicola Gadd, Celia Ralston, and Sally Kriel discuss their involvement with a Bowel Cancer Research project in rural Tasmania.

How to plan for health research impact

Dr Marie-Louise Bird presents on behalf of the College of Health Sciences at The University of Tasmania and the Tasmanian Collaboration for Health Improvement. Her presentation introduces the Collaboration, defines the concept of ‘knowledge translation’, and offers guidance on planning for impact, using a knowledge translation planning template, and using knowledge translation strategies in research and practice.

Listening to the voice of consumers and community in research

29 September 2023: This webinar showcased a range of research methods designed to include the voices of consumers and community. The webinar featured:

  • Kitchen Table – Dr Suzanne Waddingham
  • Photovoice – Dr Jade Cartwright
  • World Café – Em Jovic
  • Storytelling – Dr Pauline Marsh
  • Panel Discussion

The event was facilitated by Dr Marie-Louise Bird from the School of Health Science at the University of Tasmania.

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