Public Lecture - Molly Byrne, Flaherty Visiting Professor
In Molly’s talk, she will discuss strengths and challenges of stakeholder- engaged research. She will talk about a number of studies she has conducted, all which have used strategies to engage end-users of the research. These include a research prioritisation exercise which sought the views of people with diabetes, services providers and policy makers to identify research priorities in behavioural diabetes research. In another study, Molly and her team used consensus methods to identify research and clinical outcomes considered important by people with diabetes and their services providers. Finally, Molly will present on a research study in which young adults with diabetes formed a ‘young adult panel’ and joined the research team to develop an intervention to promote better outcomes among this population.
This lecture will be live streamed - link available here.
A reception will follow the lecture.
The Flaherty Lecture is sponsored by:
Ireland Canada University Foundation and is co-sponsored by a number of Concordia academic and research units including the School of Irish Studies, the Faculty of Arts and Science, the PERFORM Centre as well as The Montreal Behavioural Medicine Centre and the International Behavioural Trials Network.