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De/Implement: CWC Implementation Research Webinar Series | The Importance of Engaging Patient Partners in Antimicrobial Stewardship - Shared screen with speaker view
Jaana Ranchithan
17:38
Recordings: https://choosingwiselycanada.org/events/past/
Jaana Ranchithan
33:09
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Jaana Ranchithan
48:08
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Srdjana Filipovic
48:52
Really amazing analogies and imagery in this presentation. So engaging!
Amy Ma
50:05
Agree that antimicrobial stewardship involves many players beyond medical field. Even agriculture needs to be involved, as fungicides contribute to antibiotics overuse.
Angie Palen
01:00:59
As Stefanie mentioned, I'd love to hear about strategies that have been incorporated in other provinces to raise awareness with the public and engaging patients. Please email me at angie.palen@saskhealthauthority.ca
Amy Ma
01:10:22
Agree! Patients and caregivers are tired of being glorified proofreaders. We want opportunities where we contribute ideas as early as possible in the project.
Amy Ma
01:11:22
Holland Bloorview in Toronto has a group of family advisors just for research, and these parents are definitely involved in formulating questions for funding requests.
Amy Ma
01:13:56
There are national opportunities!
Jaana Ranchithan
01:14:21
CWC IRN website: https://choosingwiselycanada.org/implementation-research-network/
Jaana Ranchithan
01:14:32
Please submit your questions to: info@choosingwiselycanada.org
Amy Ma
01:14:37
Healthcare Excellence Canada has a national healthcare engagement network. Reach out to them!
Jaana Ranchithan
01:15:08
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