Individuals with lived experience in health care as patients, caregivers, or family members.
Members of a sponsored team
Individuals who are part of a sponsored team, learning and working together to conduct patient-centred, participatory health research.
If you have lived experience with a health condition and would like to contribute your lived experience expertise to the research evidence that informs health care planning and practice, you may be interested in becoming a patient researcher through the Patient and Community Engagement Research (PaCER) Program.
It’s so exciting to see how a collective patient voice is helping to transform community-based support for Albertans with arthritis
Winter 2023 Intake Opportunity!
Intake for the following Winter 2023 Team is open! Contact Research Coordinator, Karis Barker, (firstname.lastname@example.org) before December 18th for more information and to apply!
Become a PaCER graduate
To express interest in joining a future sponsored team, please contact the PaCER Operational team.