Lessons Learned about Engagement from the OECD PaRIS Project

Date and Time

30 Jan 2024, 12-1 PM EDT/HE, Zoom


  • Vivian R Ramsden (RN, PhD, MCFP (Hon.), FCAHS), Professor & Director, Research Division, University of Saskatchewan, Department of Academic Family Medicine
  • Marie-Eve Poitras, (RN, PhD), ·Professor, CRMUS Research Chair on Optimal Professional Practices in Primary Care, University of Sherbrooke, Department of Family Medicine
  • Shelley Doucet (RN, PhD), Professor, Director of the Centre for Research in Integrated Care, Jarislowsky Chair in Interprofessional Patient-Centred Care, University of New Brunswick
  • Udoka Okpalauwaekwe (MBBS, MPH , PhD candidate), Project Manager, CPCRN-SK
  • Brenda Andreas, Patient Partner and Research Collaborator

This Learning Series will explore innovative strategies to engage and recruit primary care practices and patients, share valuable insights, and work towards a more patient-centered and nationally cohesive approach to patient-reported data collection. We will also discuss the potential for a pan-Canadian approach to patient-reported data, emphasizing participatory processes and drawing inspiration from the OECD PaRIS study.

Learning Objectives

  1. Become informed on how patient-reported measures can support a better overall understanding of primary care.
  2. Share strategies that can be put forward in primary care networks and clinics to support the collection of patient-reported data.
  3. Discuss how we can move toward a pan-Canadian patient-reported data approach using participatory processes based on the learnings from the OECD PaRIS study.

Register in advance for this webinar here!