Category Archives: Patient Stakeholder FAQ

Why is your voice important?

REACHnet recognizes that individuals are the experts on their own health and by giving them the opportunity to share what health issues are important to them, it will ensure that research is focused on what matters to patients. REACHnet brings together patient stakeholders with doctors and researchers to improve healthcare.

What do Patient Stakeholders do?

Patient stakeholders contribute in many ways, whether it is through advising various projects through the Community Health Advisory Board, advising on specific research projects through becoming a certified Patient Adviser, or becoming a member of the Health in Our Hands Network, a community that uses the knowledge, expertise, and opinions of

How do I become involved?

Click here to join the Health in Our Hands Network to receive research updates, surveys, and opportunities to get involved in research projects.  Contact for information on the patient orientation, which will give you the opportunity to become trained in patient engagement principles to become a certified REACHnet Patient Adviser.