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Table 1 Overview of most and least important items identified from Group Priority Sort exercise [27]

From: Identifying best approaches for engaging patients and family members in health informatics initiatives: a case study of the Group Priority Sort technique

Most Important (5.00–4.00)• Recognition of power dynamics
• Governance structures
• Engagement in HIT evaluation
• Engagement in requirements gathering processes
• Engagement training for health care staff
• Patient and family HIT training
Least Important (1.99–1.00)• List of Ontario patient and family engagement network groups
• Literature review describing benefits of patient and family engagement in HIT
• Food and refreshments during meetings
• List of non-HIT-related patient and family engagement resources