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ePAG Resources

In this section, you will find a wide variety of materials: from practical guides and toolkits to webinars, posters and many readily available and adaptable resources generated with and for the ePAG community.

Building Good Practices: Patient Engagement in the Reference Networks

Peer-to-peer learning is a powerful resource to drive change and showcase how patient involvement in ERNs is delivering results. Videoconferences on the “ePAG exchange of good practices” are organised by EURORDIS throughout the year. ePAG advocates present their activities to guide others through their own experiences, identifying success factors and capturing lessons learned. The presentations of these good practices and the recordings are available below.

Good practice: Patient involvement in identifying unmet needs on clinical patient guidelines

Charissa Frank, Ilaria Galetti, Ana Vieira, ePAG patient advocates ERN ReCONNET (European Reference Network on Rare and Complex Connective Tissue and Musculoskeletal Diseases)

Good practice: Raising awareness of ERNs at the national level

Dorica Dan, ePAG patient advocate ERN-ITHACA (ERN on congenital malformations & rare intellectual disability)

 

Good practice: Developing patient journeys

Sue Routledge, Ammi Sundqvist Andersson, ePAG patient advocates ERN-ITHACA (ERN on congenital malformations & rare intellectual disability)

Good Practice: Rare eye disease ontology creation and editing

Russell Wheeler, ePAG patient advocate ERN EYE (European Reference Network on Rare Eye Diseases)

Good practice: Supporting the engagement in ERNs of under-represented patient communities

Loris Brunetta, ePAG advocate, EuroBloodNet ERN (European Reference Network on Rare Hematological Diseases (RHD)

 

Good practice: Patients’ Involvement in the ENDO ERN Registry project (EuRRECa)

Johan de Graaf, ePAG advocate, ENDO ERN (European Reference Network on Rare Endocrine Conditions)

 

Good practice: Patient Involvement in the development of Surgical Consensus Statements for Esophageal Atresia (EA) disease

Graham Slater, Anke Widenmann-Grolig, JoAnne Fruithof, ePAG advocates, ERNICA (European Reference Network for rare inherited and congenital digestive disorders, including gastro-intestinal disorders)

Good practice: Building a National ePAG group (ePAG Italy) in collaboration with the Italian National Alliance

Isabella Brambilla, ePAG advocate, EpiCARE (European Reference Network on epilepsies) on behalf of the 45 ePAG advocates members of the ePAG Italy

Good practice: Creation of National Networks of Centers of Expertise in The Netherlands and collaboration with the Dutch National Alliance in the Project Connect Extended

Caroline van den Bosch, ePAG advocate, VASCERN (European Reference Network on Rare Multisystemic Vascular Diseases)

 

 

Good practice: Developing a Patient Satisfaction Questionnaire

Marie-Claude Boiteux, ePAG advocate, ERN Skin (European Reference Network on skin disorders)

Jessie Dubief, EURORDIS

Peer-learning pills: Development of patient reported outcome measures (PROMs)

Daniel Lewi, ePAG advocate in MetabERN (European Reference Network on hereditary metabolic disorders)

Good Practice: Patient-clinician feedback session

Angela Leburgue, ePAG advocate, Rare Hepatological diseases

Claudia Sproedt, ePAG advocate, European Rare Kidney Diseases

Patient Engagement in Clinical Practice Guideline Development

Gareth Davies, ePAG advocate in ERN CRANIO
Claas Roehl, ePAG advocates in GENTURIS

Good Practice: Designing Surveys

Jessie Dubief, Rare Barometer Research Executive

Ilaria Galetti and Silvia Aguilera, ePAG advocates at ReCONNET

Diana Marinello, project manager at ReCONNET

AMEQUIS ePAG Webinar

Good Practice: VASCERN Flowchart

 

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