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INVOLVING PATIENTS AND THE PUBLIC IN YOUR RESEARCH - WEBINAR

Recorded live on Tuesday 23 February 2016

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An introductory webinar for researchers with little or no experience of patient and public involvement (PPI). This webinar is aimed at aspiring NIHR trainees and early career researchers. This one hour webinar covers:

  • An overview of what PPI is and why it is important in research (Philippa Yeeles, Director of Involvement and Engagement at NIHR Central Commissioning Facility)
  • Why PPI is important to the NIHR and how best to demonstrate PPI in an application - including signposts to NIHR resources around PPI (Anne-Laure Donsky, NIHR Panel Member and Independent Researcher)
  • Q&A session 

Please note that a quick and simple registration may be required to access this resource 

The opportunities and challenges – webinar

Recorded live on 19th April 2016

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This webinar is for researchers wanting to learn more about getting the most out of Patient and Public Involvement (PPI).  This one hour webinar is presented by Derek Stewart OBE, Associate Director for Patient and Public Involvement at NIHR Clinical Research Network (CRN), and Paula Wray, Public Involvement Programme Lead for NIHR CLAHRC East Midlands.

For practical solutions and novel methods of involving patients and the public you can watch the webinar online.

 Please note that a quick and simple registration may be required to access this resource