STOP-JIA Stakeholder Advisory Panel
By: CARRA | December 5, 2015 | STOP-JIA
Patients and their caregivers are the focus of STOP-JIA. They make up a majority of the Stakeholder Advisory Panel, which oversees and gives feedback about the project and its materials. Members of the Stakeholder Advisory Panel also include a nurse, research coordinator, patient advocacy organization member and insurance payer. Together they help make STOP-JIA better and more relevant to the patients and their families. Please feel free to reach out and give them feedback about STOP-JIA, this newsletter, or any other non-medical reason at: [email protected]. Medical questions and emergencies should always be directed to your providers.
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