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Table 3 Presentation tips to RFAC presenters

From: The Research Family Advisory Committee: the patient and family view of implementing a research-focused patient engagement strategy

Only include in the presentation the background information required to make the discussion valuable
Spark the discussion using targeted questions that address components of your study you can change. (e.g. ​We are considering using focus groups as a data collection method. Have you participated in a study using a focus group? What do you believe are the pros and cons of being part of a focus group?)
Consider using breakout rooms to facilitate more targeted discussions
Consider using an online collaboration tool such as ideaboardz or a MS teams (This allows for RFAC members to contribute ideas or notes after the meeting as ended)
  1. This list was developed by RFAC members as part of a continuous improvement process