Hilary Samule FacProDemo
Prepare for PEAC meeting on Nov 10 to make maximum use of our time together. The Nov 10 session: PEAC will provide feedback to Health Canada on two questions relating to for drugs labelled for use in pregnancy. 1.Post-marketing Surveillance Strategies - Pregnancy Outcome Data 2.The Need for a Canadian Regulatory Framework.
- 15 people split into two different rooms (8-10 people to show up)
(have topics open - brainstorm out; flesh out the issues, bias, concerns, so when we come to the "hour", we will know where the conversation will be. In 2 breakout sessions, there will be 2 notetakers - Should I use Facilitate Pro?
- Welcome (CHANGE TO: please check-in, and let us know that you're here - particularly if it is asynchronous) - UNDER headline - your name and organization....under participant topic sessions - Your Name, Then I will put in my Name (to set the example). Please visit as often as you like -
- in the topic description, feel free to come back as often (not an RSS feed - the idea is not about email or notifications)
- What outcomes are we looking for?
- What issues do we need to consider for Post-marketing Surveillance Strategies ?
- What issues do we need to consider regarding the Canadian regulatory framework?
(: In the wiki world, we can do much of this work on the wiki (FacPro is good for multi-criteria; for the rest of the world, FacPro is very useful for many purposes. --Randy Fisher 15:09, 31 October 2009 (UTC))
- survey difference, from typical survey
- several brainstorming flipcharts (more collaborative, interactive component)
- allows you to reach out to certain people around certain questions - replacing emails back and forth
- what's the outcomes; why is it important; and who's going to benefit from the outcome
- idea of building on each others' comments
- double dip - play with the tool AND hopefully the client will like it...
- don't put too much up, so that they see the flipchart on the screen (1 sentence)
- NOT about the technology...
- I want the CEO to make a rah-rah statement
- (1) when they login, 1/2 hour before the meeting starts - I want you to "sign in" as the first thing they do...OR
- (2) Topic - what are your expectations for this session (1st conversation - so by the time they go with the real stuff, they're ready....and if they missed out on Topic # 1, it's OK - "icebreaker" in the conversation and the technology (DE-EMPHASIZE TECHNOLOGY - learning by doing, mindset
Don't Use Subtopics
- people tend to use them too much - more likely categories than subtopics
- i.e., SWOT - categories, or 4 separate topics
- subtopics are technically a subset of a topic (i.e., breakout groups - independent flipchart; and then F might be to have people brainstorm in separate flipcharts, and later on, we can merge them together.)
- the brainstorm personal list mode - is where only one person will see what they're doing