This upcoming online meeting in the context of 'Radboudumc Prevention Research' will focus on Citizen Science. During the meeting we will try to answer the questions: What is Citizen Science? Why would you want to apply Citizen Science? And how do we involve citizens in our projects? What can we learn from each other? In addition, existing Citizen Science projects will be highlighted.
- Prof. Dr. Dick Thijssen
- Dr. Renske van Wijk
- Kris Bevelander
- Dr. Martijn de Groot
What is Citizen Science?
Citizen science (CS) is about involving citizens (whether or not in their role of patient) and scientific researchers (more and better). This can be done from both sides, in different degrees: involvement and participation of citizens in the agenda-setting, implementation and evaluation of scientific research (citizen/patient participation) and involvement and participation of researchers in the agenda-setting, implementation and evaluation of citizen initiatives in the field of knowledge and innovation (science participation). (description from ZonMw website)
Date and time:
1 October 2021, 09:00 - 10-30 hrs.
Online via Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85278575130?pwd=RFI1V1M1VEY4Y0FBeXFDaHo3OXBqZz09
Meeting ID: 852 7857 5130
Open to anyone who is interested!