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Patient advisory board for chronic rhinosinusitis : a EUFOREA initiative

(2019) RHINOLOGY. 57(5). p.331-335
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Despite the high prevalence of chronic rhinosinusitis (CRS) and its impact on patients'quality of life, no European patient organization that advocates for patients with CRS currently exists.To fill this gap and give a voice to CRS patients, EUFOREA has created a patient advisory board, whose goal is to better understand the real-life needs of patients, to raise awareness at political level and to involve patients in the development of novel integrated solutions to accelerate access to accurate diagnosis and treatments. This report summarizes the key discussion points from the kick-off meeting of the board on the 8th June 2018 and provides an outline of the key objectives for the future.
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chronic rhinosinusitis, asthma, nasal polyps, patients, advisory board, ENDOSCOPIC SINUS SURGERY, HEALTH-CARE, LIFE, QUALITY, IMPACT

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Pugin, B., et al. “Patient Advisory Board for Chronic Rhinosinusitis : A EUFOREA Initiative.” RHINOLOGY, vol. 57, no. 5, 2019, pp. 331–35.
APA
Pugin, B., Deneyer, L., Bachert, C., Alobid, I., Bousquet, J., De Carlo, G., … Seys, S. (2019). Patient advisory board for chronic rhinosinusitis : a EUFOREA initiative. RHINOLOGY, 57(5), 331–335.
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Pugin, B, L Deneyer, Claus Bachert, I Alobid, J Bousquet, G De Carlo, WJ Fokkens, et al. 2019. “Patient Advisory Board for Chronic Rhinosinusitis : A EUFOREA Initiative.” RHINOLOGY 57 (5): 331–35.
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Pugin, B, L Deneyer, Claus Bachert, I Alobid, J Bousquet, G De Carlo, WJ Fokkens, S Gane, C Hopkins, C Holzmeister, C Langdon, ES Lourijsen, VJ Lund, G Marien, M Mavris, J Mullol, C Pereira-Perez, PV Tomazic, O Vanderveken, Peter Hellings, and SF Seys. 2019. “Patient Advisory Board for Chronic Rhinosinusitis : A EUFOREA Initiative.” RHINOLOGY 57 (5): 331–335.
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Pugin B, Deneyer L, Bachert C, Alobid I, Bousquet J, De Carlo G, et al. Patient advisory board for chronic rhinosinusitis : a EUFOREA initiative. RHINOLOGY. 2019;57(5):331–5.
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B. Pugin et al., “Patient advisory board for chronic rhinosinusitis : a EUFOREA initiative,” RHINOLOGY, vol. 57, no. 5, pp. 331–335, 2019.
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  abstract     = {Despite the high prevalence of chronic rhinosinusitis (CRS) and its impact on patients'quality of life, no European patient organization that advocates for patients with CRS currently exists.To fill this gap and give a voice to CRS patients, EUFOREA has created a patient advisory board, whose goal is to better understand the real-life needs of patients, to raise awareness at political level and to involve patients in the development of novel integrated solutions to accelerate access to accurate diagnosis and treatments. This report summarizes the key discussion points from the kick-off meeting of the board on the 8th June 2018 and provides an outline of the key objectives for the future.},
  author       = {Pugin, B and Deneyer, L and Bachert, Claus and Alobid, I and Bousquet, J and De Carlo, G and Fokkens, WJ and Gane, S and Hopkins, C and Holzmeister, C and Langdon, C and Lourijsen, ES and Lund, VJ and Marien, G and Mavris, M and Mullol, J and Pereira-Perez, C and Tomazic, PV and Vanderveken, O and Hellings, Peter and Seys, SF},
  issn         = {0300-0729},
  journal      = {RHINOLOGY},
  keywords     = {chronic rhinosinusitis,asthma,nasal polyps,patients,advisory board,ENDOSCOPIC SINUS SURGERY,HEALTH-CARE,LIFE,QUALITY,IMPACT},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {5},
  pages        = {331--335},
  title        = {Patient advisory board for chronic rhinosinusitis : a EUFOREA initiative},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.4193/rhin19.012},
  volume       = {57},
  year         = {2019},
}

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