Topic: Consumer Advisory Boards
Consumer Advisory Boards (CABs) serve to provide clinics with input and guidance from patients regarding the design and delivery of care. To be effective, CABs follow operating procedures to guide them in member formation, convening meetings, providing feedback, and monitoring their work over time to assess their impact on clinic operations.
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HRSA HIV/AIDS Bureau (HAB)January 2009
These workbooks were developed to help Ryan White planning bodies and other entities self-assess their effectiveness. Each SAM is designed for use by a small ad hoc group.
New York State Department of Health AIDS InstituteAugust 2006
Guide on ways an organization can involve consumers in quality, including:
- Representation on the Board of Directors
- Establishment of an HIV-specific Consumer Advisory Board (CAB)
- Consumer representation on an existing CAB.
HRSA HIV/AIDS Bureau (HAB)January 2005
Workbook on setting up and operating a consumer advisory board (CAB), with attention to CAB operations for Part D (Title IV) programs targeting women, infants, children, and youth. Sections cover: