Ontario Public and Patient Engagement Evaluation Tool (PPEET)
- Face-to-Face, Online, or Both?
- General Type of Method
- Research or experimental method
- Evaluation, oversight, and social auditing
- Typical Purpose
- Spectrum of Public Participation
- Open to All or Limited to Some?
- Limited to Only Some Groups or Individuals
- Recruitment Method for Limited Subset of Population
- Captive Sample
- Number of Participants
- Types of Interaction Among Participants
- Ask & Answer Questions
- Express Opinions/Preferences Only
- Decision Methods
- Opinion Survey
- Scope of Implementation
- Level of Polarization This Method Can Handle
- Low polarization
- Level of Complexity This Method Can Handle
- Moderate Complexity
The PPEET is comprised of three surveys targeting different groups for evaluation: participants (citizens, patients and family members), engagement implementers (e.g. project leads, staff members), and management and organization (e.g. executive team members, board members).
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Problems and Purpose
Developed by researchers and public and patient engagement practitioners, the goal of the PPEET is to provide a generic evaluation tool that could be used in a variety of health system organizations to evaluate and continuously improve the quality of public and patient engagement (PPE) activities.
Origins and Development
Participant Recruitment and Selection
How it Works: Process, Interaction, and Decision-Making
Influence, Outcomes, and Effects
Analysis and Lessons Learned
 Abelson, J, Tripp, L, Kandasamy, S, Burrows, K; on behalf of the PPEET Implementation Study Advisory Committee. Supporting the evaluation of public and patient engagement in health system organizations: Results from an implementation research study. Health Expect. 2019; 00: 1– 12. https://doi.org/10.1111/hex.12949