DICEmethods.org | Dissemination, Implementation, Communication, and Engagement
A guide for health researchers
Human-Centered Design is a strategy that puts stakeholders first and can be used for any aspect of health research from determining a study question to effective recruitment, retention, dissemination. It can also be used to help design study interventions or product/solution design. While Human-Centered Design is a highly adaptable approach, most include stakeholders in the following three phases 1) Listening/ Brainstorming around issue or question 2) Coming to consensus on a method/question/ solution to test. 3) Testing method/question/solution 4) Seek feedback and repeat steps one and two until researchers and stakeholders are satisfied that original purpose of engagement has been achieved.
A couple of weeks to a few months, depending on process intensity
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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