There is a vast array of resources available to assist researchers to engage with consumers in meaningful and sustainable ways. Ultimately, this will benefit their research projects by making research outcomes more relevant to consumers and the choices they face, and by making the research process more accessible to the wider public. The NHMRC, HRC and consumer organisations such as the Consumer Health Forum have long encouraged consumer engagement in research but it can often be difficult for researchers to locate an appropriate resource and this can be a barrier to success. 

Recognising this, the PSANZ Consumer Advisory Panel (PSANZ CAP) has developed the PSANZ Research Toolkit to assist PSANZ members to engage with consumers in their research activities. 


Click here to download the Toolkit

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