Collaborating for the Advancement of Interdisciplinary Research in Benign Urology

Stakeholder Engagement

Many institutions have resources to help investigators engage with stakeholders at each step of the research process – from recruitment to dissemination of results.

  • Check out this inventory of stakeholder engagement resources at CAIRIBU-affiliated institutions for more information.
  • Looking for funding? Find a list of stakeholder engagement funding at CAIRIBU-affiliated institutions here (located under the institution-specific CTSA Stakeholder Engagement Funding tab).

The Wisconsin Network for Research Support (WINRS) has toolkits available to help incorporate stakeholder engagement into your next research project (learn more):

  • Patient Advisor Toolkit 1: Orientation for Patient Advisory Committees (PAT-1)
    PAT-1 is a comprehensive set of modifiable resources for conducting an orientation with patient advisors. The toolkit provides a complete, step-by-step guide to preparing patient advisors to work effectively with researchers. First published in 2018 and issued under a Creative Commons license, PAT-1 is available for free download at the HIPxChange website.
  • How to Recruit and Retain Patient Stakeholders: An Engagement Guide (HARPS)
    How to Recruit and Retain Patient Stakeholders: An Engagement Guide (HARPS) is a set of planning materials for researchers and others who want to engage diverse stakeholders as advisors on patient-centered projects, including patient-centered outcomes research (PCOR). First published in 2016 and issued under a Creative Commons license, HARPS is available for free download at the HIPxChange website.