Four more EMPOWER awards are being “powered” with OSSU funding to extend the impact of patient-oriented research in Ontario, this time with an increased focus on digital health solutions:
- Helping adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities better manage and communicate about their health
- Creating opportunities for patient engagement and sex and gender participation in clinical trials
- Developing patient and family-centred outcomes in pediatric inherited metabolic disorder trials and
- Helping prepare to roll out and expand the MyDiabetesPlan in to empower patients in Ontario to set goals and actions to manage their diabetes.
EMPOWER (Engaging Multi-stakeholders for Patient Oriented research Wider Effects & Reach) Awards aim to create meaningful change for patients, policy and practice by leveraging OSSU’s expertise and infrastructure.
Congratulations to the principal investigators and their teams.