Early career researchers’ perspectives and roles in patient-oriented research

@article{Rouleau2018EarlyCR,
  title={Early career researchers’ perspectives and roles in patient-oriented research},
  author={G. Rouleau and J. B{\'e}lisle-Pipon and Stanislav Birko and Philippe Karazivan and Nicolas Fernandez and K. Bilodeau and Y. Chao and A. de Pokomandy and V{\'e}ronique Foley and Bruno Gagnon and S. Gontijo Guerra and Cynthia Khanji and C. Lamoureux-Lamarche and Bertrand Lebouch{\'e} and C. Lunghi and M. Menear and Bruno D Riverin and C. Rodrigue},
  journal={Research Involvement and Engagement},
  year={2018},
  volume={4},
  pages={1-15}
}
Plain English summaryPatient-oriented research (POR) has received increasing attention in recent years. In this approach, patients’ experiential knowledge, derived from their experiences of living with a condition or illness and of interacting with the healthcare system, is recognized, valued, and seen as complementary to scientific knowledge. Early career researchers (ECRs) are the next generation of researchers, but little is known about how they perceive POR. In this study, ECRs were invited… Expand

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