About the event
During the coffee morning, Christin will be talking about the ALPACA study and how her team is working on engaging with under-served communities to develop an intervention to improve shared decision making for surgery.
The overall goal is to make sure everyone who is offered surgery (regardless of their background) is involved in choosing their treatment and feels supported to make a choice that is right for them.
Link to the ALPACA study website.
Join People in Health West of England (PHWE) for this researcher coffee catch-up, ask questions, give feedback and engage with research projects happening in your local area.
Christin Hoffmann is a researcher at the University of Bristol where she works in the Centre for Surgical Research.
Her work mainly focusses on improving the communication between patients and clinicians.
She is passionate about patient and public involvement in research and loves talking about people’s pets.
Get in touch with Carmel McGrath if you would like her to send you reminders about upcoming researcher coffee mornings.