Saskatchewan Centre for Patient-Oriented Research: patient partner support & services


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  • Working with communities

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Date added to Learning for Involvement:

  • 11th April 2022


Ready to get involved? SCPOR (Saskatchewan Centre for Patient-Oriented Research) provides several supports and opportunities for Patient Partners to maximize their potential for success. Below are some of the of the tools, courses and supports that Patient Partners may be interested in. Please see particularly 'Onboardng Guide for Patient-Oriented Research Teams'

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