Giving Voice to Patients: Developing a Discussion Method to Involve Patients in Translational Research

NanoEthics 12 (3):181-197 (2018)

Abstract

Biomedical research policy in recent years has often tried to make such research more ‘translational’, aiming to facilitate the transfer of insights from research and development to health care for the benefit of future users. Involving patients in deliberations about and design of biomedical research may increase the quality of R&D and of resulting innovations and thus contribute to translation. However, patient involvement in biomedical research is not an easy feat. This paper discusses the development of a method for involving patients in biomedical research aiming to address its main challenges.

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Marianne Boenink
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