Bridging the gap : patient involvement in the design of care

Wednesday 18th September 7.00 pm
The Kino Cafe Bar, Belmont Filmhouse
Free and open to all

Photo of Josefine Björkqvist
Josefine Björkqvist

Presented by Josefine Björkqvist and Dr Sheela Tripathee, Institute of Applied Health sciences, University of Aberdeen
Patient involvement in the design of care can help provide health services that are more relevant and responsive to the individual needs of patients.
Join us to learn about patient and public involvement in health research, policy and care, with examples from urological cancer care.

Photo of Dr Sheela Tripathee
Dr Sheela Tripathee

The Cafe Scientifique Aberdeen City series takes place monthly in the Kino cafe bar in the Belmont Filmhouse, usually around the middle Wednesday of the month. Sessions run from February through to November and are free to attend.

No booking is required and places are allocated on the first-come basis. Paid parking is available at Harriet Street car park, AB10 1FR.

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Medical Library, University of Aberdeen

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