Learn how - nowadays - healthcare decisions are being informed by research - including 'computer models.'
WHAT: Join us via ZOOM for a 30-minute spotlight with Dr. Stephanie Harvard who will explain why the public have an important role to play in research. As part of her presentation she will present two short animated videos about COPD-related computer models.
WHEN: April 21, 2021 - 1:00 to 2:00pm PST
WHY: In healthcare, decisions affect patients and the public. In the doctor’s office, patients may have to decide whether to take a new medication. In the provincial government, policy-makers may have to decide whether to make a new medication available in the publicly-funded health system. How can we make more informed healthcare decisions? Dr. Harvard and her team need your input.
THANKS FOR YOUR TIME: Participants will be offered an ‘e-lunch’ - a gift card of $20 - and will have the opportunity for questions and discussion!
REGISTER: Click the ZOOM link to sign up - Coming soon
QUESTIONS? Contact Maureen Sioson, Better Breathers Program Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org
About our Lunch & Learn Presenter
Dr. Stephanie Harvard is a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow at the UBC Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences. She received a PhD in Population and Public Health in a joint program between UBC (Vancouver) and Université Pierre et Marie Curie (Paris). Her current post-doctoral work focuses on creating educational videos to communicate the role of social and ethical values in modelling, and exploring new ways of informing health economics models with patient and public values.