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May
6
2021

Patient and public involvement in research and co-production – best practice and experience

6 May 2021, 11am-12pm | ONLINE
This series of webinars presented by NIHR ARC North Thames Academy is inspired by our Becoming Research Active in-person workshop and intended as an introduction to engaging in research for frontline health and social care professionals with limited experience and knowledge of research.

About

Engaging in research is vital in addressing questions that arise in health and social care, producing new evidence and research to improve patient care.

This series of webinars presented by NIHR ARC North Thames Academy is inspired by our Becoming Research Active in-person workshop and intended as an introduction to engaging in research for frontline health and social care professionals with limited experience and knowledge of research.

  • An overview of what patient and public involvement and engagement (PPIE) and co-produced research are
  • What the benefits of including patients and the public are, as well as how it happens
  • What support is available for involving patients, communities and the public in research at various stages of the research cycle (developing ideas, designing studies, seeking funding, conducting research, disseminating and translating findings into practice)

Learning aims

  • Have a greater understanding of what is co-production and patient and public involvement and engagement (PPIE)
  • Hear experiences from public contributors about their experience of being involved in research

For more information about this series of webinars and the associated skills sessions, please click here.

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