Promoting patient and family involvement – image from abstract submission form, Institute for Patient and Family Centered Care @IPFCC

From: Institute for Patient and Family Centered Care (@IPFCC) Abstract Submission Form

I tweeted about this last week, and wanted to show it in image form as well. It is from the abstract reviewal system for the IPFCC International Conference on Patient and Family Centered Care, in June, 2012, in Washington, DC.

It brought a smile to my face. In addition to this criterion, each presenter was asked whether they were in the role of patient and family advisor. What gets asked, gets focused on….

One Reply to “Promoting patient and family involvement – image from abstract submission form, Institute for Patient and Family Centered Care @IPFCC”

  1. […] The other important piece of knowledge to gain is “what happens when an organization committed to patient and family involvement also walks the walk when it comes to planning its meetings?” I blogged about previously when I noticed that every abstract submission required proof of patient/family involvement (See: Promoting patient and family involvement – image from abstract submission form, Institute for Pati…. […]

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