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Dr Helen Curtis writes about her experience at Oxford's Curiosity Carnival.

Dan Richards-Doran reflects on the Oxford Open Doors event, and what it means to be involved.

Lynne Maddocks shares her experience of piloting a series of seminars for our Patient and Public Involvement contributors, to help them be ready to shape the design, delivery and dissemination of our research.

The public can take many roles in research - particularly in projects where the aim is to co-create. Dr Lindson-Hawley describes her experience of engaging the public in their many forms in a project aiming to set new priorities for tobacco addiction researchers.

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