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Patient Partner Living with Dementia Needed in our Telepresence Robot Research Team

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Opportunity Purpose
UBC IDEALab brings people together to contribute to Innovation in Dementia care and Aging. We value the voices of people living with dementia towards improvement of dementia care. The Telepresence Robot project is co-led by Dr. Jim Mann who is living with Alzheimer’s disease. We would like to include patient partners’ perspectives to explore how telepresence robots can be implemented in long-term care to improve quality of life of residents.

Patient partners in the project will be attending monthly virtual zoom meetings, have opportunities to engage in planning and facilitating focus groups and interviews, participating in thematic analysis of papers, editing and co-authoring of papers, and participating in conferences with team members, etc, depending on their interests and preferences.

Age: 20 Years – 90 Years Old

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Laura Klein

Clinical Practice Consultant in Fraser Health

Laura Klein

Seeking the patient perspective doesn’t have to be complicated; it simply entails a commitment to ask and listen. Patient advisors not only bring a valuable perspective but also share original ideas and unique skills. Including the patient and family perspective changes the conversation and aligns the team’s focus towards common goals.