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Boot Camp Translation is a series of in-person and phone meetings with community members about a health topic. The first meeting includes a detailed presentation with evidence-based guidelines and recommendations from an expert on the topic in question, and after this presentation participants and skilled moderators begin working to decide what about the health issue their community needs to know and how to best to address the issue.
6-12 months (minimum) with at least 20-25 hours of commitment for each participant. A typical schedule includes a full-day retreat followed by 2 or 3 additional 2- to 4-hour, face-to-face sessions, interspersed with 4 to 8 30-minute phone calls.
$15,000-90,000 (depending on length of engagement and needed resources). May include:
The Stakeholder Engagement Navigator is a service of the Data Science to Patient Value Initiative at the
University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus
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