RIHS Patient Involvement Award

Since RIHS values patient engagement in research, we launched the RIHS Patient Involvement Award in 2021. This prize recognizes a RIHS researcher or research team that actively involves patients or groups of patients in the different phases of research in a high quality and meaningful way.

2021       Majke van Bommel, Rosella Hermens, Joanne de Hullu, Miranda Steenbeek Involvement of Patient Advisory Board 'Women's cancers'
2020 José Custers Patient participation roadmap of research group Psychosocial Oncology
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RIHS Patient Involvement Award

Since RIHS values patient engagement in research, we launched the RIHS Patient Involvement Award in 2021. This prize recognizes a RIHS researcher or research team that actively involves patients or groups of patients in the different phases of research in a high quality and meaningful way.

previous winners


Application guidelines

Since RIHS values patient engagement in research, we launched the RIHS Patient Involvement Award in 2021. This prize recognizes a RIHS researcher or research team that actively involves patients or groups of patients in the different phases of research in a high quality and meaningful way.

Two members of the Radboudumc Patient Advisory Board (PAR) and last year's winner will review the nominations.

RIHS researchers may submit max. 1 nomination for each award. Please submit your nominations to RIHS@radboudumc.nl. Deadline for submission is 25 January 2022. 

Please submit:

  • Name(s) of responsible RIHS researcher(s)
  • Description of patient involvement (max 500 words). Please use the following headings (if applicable, it is not necessary to fulfill all 4 criteria) which will also be used as assessment criteria:
    • Patient involvement in the determination of the research questions
    • Patient involvement in writing of the research proposal
    • Patient involvement during data collection
    • Patient involvement during analysis and in dissemination

 


Information

Marieke de Visser
research policy advisor RIHS

+31 (0)24 309 26 12
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