Opportunities for consumer involvement in research implementation (e.g. guidelines panels, surveys, conferences, workshops, and more).
In keeping with its role as a consumer-scientist partnership, CUE maintains a clearinghouse function, which seeks to place consumers in contact with healthcare professional organizations so their voices might be incorporated into important healthcare decisions. Consumer representatives often play an important role in research implementation processes such as clinical guidelines panels, grant-writing, peer review, and conference workshops.
The Clearinghouse is a way for organizations to request consumer representatives and for consumers to respond directly to those requests. Since 2007, CUE has fostered over 80 partnerships between consumers and policymaking organizations.
This online tool is meant to streamline the process of matching consumer representatives with organizations.
Open calls for Consumer Engagement
For CUE members wishing to respond to requests for consumer involvement in research implementation
Please contact Genie Han, CUE Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 443-287-1917, for a list of current Clearinghouse opportunities.
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Updated as of 12/2/2019
Seeking Consumer Involvement
For organizations seeking consumer involvement in surveys, CPGs, or conferences
Contact CUE to submit a request. Send completed application forms to Genie Han, MSc, CUE Coordinator at email@example.com. Your request will be added to the list of open requests.
To all participants:
Please expect to be asked for feedback at the terminus of your partnership. Getting information about the quality of the partnerships we enable is essential for CUE to report to funders and to improve performance moving forward. Thank you!
Feedback from past partners:
When asked to describe their CUE-educated patient/consumer representative, two respondents used the words “diligent” and “resourceful” to describe two different patient/consumers. All respondents said they would want to partner with CUE again for future research implementation activities, as appropriate.