Primary Health Care Research Day was held on June 4, 2018 at the Double Tree by Hilton in Dartmouth. The event was attended by patients and community members, students, medical residents, faculty, researchers, health care providers, policy and decision makers, and the primary health care research community.
Primary Health Care Research Day highlights primary health care research being conducted in the province, while providing a forum to meet, share work, make connections, and build relationships.
The theme of Primary Health Care Research Day 2018 was Patient Engagement in Primary Health Care Research. Dr. Jack Westfall and Maret Felzien discussed their experiences in practice-based and patient/community-engaged research, specifically: what it is and what it needs.
Thank you to everyone who attended and made the day such a success!
Download the full program.
Primary Health Care Research Day is pround to be an accredited Patients Included conference. In order to qualify, Primary Health Care Research Day 2018 met five clauses that ensure meaningfu patient engagement.