PACER Webinars

PACER webinars are held every second Tuesday of the month from 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm (AEST). The webinars are of interest to students, researchers, clinicians, and others who are interested in patient-centred research. Each session commences with a 30 – 40 minute presentation followed by a moderated discussion. Attendees are welcome to join in person at the venue listed below or via the weblink.

Please register to be a member of the PACER Network to receive the webinar links – these are emailed to all members prior to each webinar.

2019 PROGRAM*


12th March 2019 | Introduction to PACER & Involving consumers in research priority setting: The Kaleidoscope Project
Presenter: Pamela Lopez-Vargas
Venue: Kids Research, The Children’s Hospital at Westmead
Materials: Recording and Slides


9th April 2019 | How to elicit patient preferences with discrete choice experiments
Presenter: Martin Howell
Venue: Kids Research, The Children’s Hospital at Westmead
Materials: Recording


14th May 2019 | (CANCELLED) 


11th June 2019 | Working with consumers using video ethnography to change practice
Presenter: Mary Wyer
Venue: Kids Research, The Children’s Hospital at Westmead
Materials: Recording
*Please note that some sections of this webinar were not recorded to protect participants’ identities


9th July 2019 | Working with communities to develop and implement community health programs: Birthing on Country
Presenter: Cherisse Buzzacott
Venue: Kids Research, The Children’s Hospital at Westmead
Materials: Recording


10th September 2019 | Consumer Panel: Ensuring meaningful and sustained consumer involvement in health research
Panel members: TBA
Chair/s: TBA
Venue: Kids Research, The Children’s Hospital at Westmead


8th October 2019 | Conducting research in collaboration with Aboriginal communities
Presenter: Juanita Sherwood
Venue: Kids Research, The Children’s Hospital at Westmead


12th November 2019 | Opportunities and strategies for consumer involvement in clinical trials
Presenter: Nicola Straiton
Venue: Kids Research, The Children’s Hospital at Westmead


*May be subject to change