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The SEED Method for Stakeholder Engagement

The SEED Method engages community stakeholders -- such as patients, caregivers, advocates, and health professionals -- through collaborative, participatory, and consultative processes to develop and prioritize strategies for addressing a health problem. The goals of this method are to actively engage community stakeholders and generate a relevant research agenda or action plans that address the concerns, needs, and values of stakeholders. 

This toolkit provides access to SEED Method materials, including instruction documents, templates, and examples that can be adapted and modified to fit the specifics of each project, as well as a set of evaluation tools.

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