Published in Public Health Research and Practice, this paper details the Development of the Consumer Involvement and Engagement Toolkit: a digital resource to build capacity for undertaking patient-centred clinical trials in Australia.
The Consumer Involvement and Engagement Toolkit was joint project between ACTA and CT:IQ.
The manuscript describes the novel approach to developing a toolkit to support meaningful consumer involvement in clinical trials in Australia to help guide others in considering the development of similar resources. The toolkit aims to support greater consumer involvement in shaping how clinical research is prioritised, designed and conducted.
We sincerely thank the authoring team, project partners and all ACTA members who contributed to the development of the Toolkit.