Serving on an Advisory Panel- Videos for Practitioners and Consumers

  CUE - Consumers United for Evidence-based Healthcare is being asked to refer educated consumer advocates to serve on clinical practice guideline panels now more than ever.  In March, 2011, the Institute of Medicine released its report, Clinical Practice Guidelines We Can Trust.  Standard 3 of this report outlines the expectations for consumer involvement.

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CUE has created a series of short videos for the purpose of informing health professionals/advisory panel organizers as well as consumer representatives about effective engagement and communication on advisory panels. Feedback is welcome!

CUE@jhu.edu

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Why should advisory panels engage consumers to participate?
Target audience: Health professionals/advisory panel organizers
Experience level: Novice

How to engage with consumers on advisory panels?

Target audience: Health professionals/advisory panel organizers
Experience level: Moderate

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How to identify consumers as members of an advisory panel?
Target audience: Health professionals/advisory panel organizers
Experience level: Moderate

Preparing for consumer engagement on an advisory panel

Target audience: Health professionals/advisory panel organizers
Experience level: High

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Strategies for contributing meaningfully to an advisory panel
Target audience: Consumer representatives
Experience level: Moderate

How to communicate effectively on an advisory panel

Target audience: Consumer representatives
Experience level: High

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Building a bridge between consumers and health professionals: Serving on an advisory panel

Target audience: Consumer representatives
Experience level: Novice

Understanding evidence-based healthcare as a consumer advocate

Target audience: Consumer representatives
Experience level: Novice

Please check out our original short-shorts, created in 2015, on this page!

The following video, written and recorded for CUE by Richard Rosenfeld, MD, MPH,  explains the guidelines development process and the need for educated consumers to be involved in that process. 

If you would like to serve as a consumer representative on a clinical practice guideline development panel, please take the free, online course, Understanding Evidence-based Healthcare:  A Foundation for Action, and contact USCC Program Coordinator at CUE@jhu.edu. You may also find helpful the free, online book Testing Treatments:  Better Research for Better Healthcare.