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From Rhetoric to Reality: Achieving Authentic, Transformative & Equitable PartnershipsApril 30-May 3, 2014Chicago, Illinois

We got (serious) game for community research!

May 1, 2014 1:30pm - 3:00pm.

Supported by PAF12001 from PCORI


Agenda

  • Welcome and Introductions

  • Discussion of goals and objectives

  • Short video

  • Play CHAT (CHoosing All Together)

    • CHAT for health or other

    • individual or small group

    • Consensus for the group decision making

  • Reflection and Discussion

Supported by PAF12001 from PCORI


Team Members here today

Community Partners:

  • Zachary Rowe – Friends of the Parkside, Detroit MI

  • Carla Cunningham – Reynolds Co. Health Dept, Centerville, MO

  • Sal Martinez – Community Renewal and Development,  Inc., St Louis, MO

  • Charo Ledon – Casa Latina, Ann Arbor, MI

    University Partners

  • Stephanie Solomon –St Louis University

  • Susan Goold – University of Michigan

  • Emily Magoc – University of Michigan

  • Lisa Szymecko – University of Michigan

Supported by PAF12001 from PCORI


Team Members

  • Terrance Campbell – YOUR Center

  • Marion Danis – National Institutes of Health

  • C. Dan Myers – University of Minnesota

    University of Michigan:

  • Lawrence An; Raymond De Vries; Jennifer Griggs; Hyungjin Kim; Kerry Ryan

Supported by PAF12001 from PCORI


Audience

  • Community members?

  • Academics?

  • Other?

  • Have you heard about CHAT? PCORI?

  • Why did you pick this session?

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Learning Objectives

  • Learn the basics of health research funding and current priority spending

  • Learn how the process of informed deliberations can be used for decision making

  • Learn how others set health research priorities.

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Video

  • Short video on Health Research

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CHAT – a serious game

  • Game about health research spending

  • We will use your input to inform decision makers

  • Make choices sometimes for yourself; sometimes for other CHATrs

  • You will not be able to choose everything. You may have tough choices

Supported by PAF12001 from PCORI


Meet your facilitators

  • Charo

  • Sal

  • Carla

  • Lisa

  • Susan

  • Zachary

  • Emily

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CHAT – a serious game

  • Game about health research spending

  • We will use your input to inform decision makers

  • Make choices sometimes for yourself; sometimes for other CHATrs

  • You will not be able to choose everything. You may have tough choices

Supported by PAF12001 from PCORI


GAME CODE from your facilitator


6


?

Please use the letter that is assigned to you by the game.


Q and A

  • What do you think of the ipads? The game?

  • Would you use this and how

  • Questions for our Community Members that facilitated game in the field?

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Preliminary Data

Convened 16 focus groups in underserved areas

Professionally facilitated deliberations lasting 2.5- 3 hours

Data collection - pre- and post-deliberation surveys and individual and group priorities and deliberations

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THANK YOU

  • Please complete evaluation

  • Handouts available

    • CHAT bibliography, data summary, CHAT brochure

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Suggestions for conference

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