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Health Informatics Equity Lab's
Patient-Public-Provider Involvement and Engagement (HIE PIE) Advisory
What is the HIE PIE?
HIE PIE Advisory are core members of the HIE Lab and guide our program of research. Our goal in working together is to ensure that research being conducted by the HIE Lab are relevant to patients and the public and reflect the priorities and values of real people impacted by health technologies.
Who are the HIE PIE Advisory?
HIE PIE Advisory members are patients, family members, caregivers, care providers, and health systems operations stakeholders who have interest in the use of health technologies and are willing to share their experiences.
What do the HIE PIE Advisory do?
Members are actively involved in advising and guiding the HIE Lab's development of research questions, priorities, projects, and creative ways that research should be shared with relevant audiences. Members help to identify relevant and impactful target audiences who we should share our study results with.
Why get involved?
Being a member of HIE PIE provides opportunities and resources to ensure that your voice is represented in health technology research - this isn't very well done, currently. As a member of the HIE PIE, we commit to supporting you to:
engage in health and social care research where you can influence the direction of research
identify the most important outcomes for the various groups and stakeholders involved and potentially impacted by a study
have a voice in ensuring that research is conducted ethically and with respect
share the identities, communities, and perspectives that are not well represented in research
develop research skills that align with your interests and can support your hands-on participation in research studies (if you wish)