Patients, Carers and the Public
As part of our commitment to improving physical and mental health and care through research and innovation, we want to work in partnership with people whose lives our work affects: patients, carers, and the wider public.
That is why we continuously seek new ways to involve people in our work through Patient and Public Involvement and Engagement (PPIE) which provides opportunities for groups to share their knowledge, experiences and views to shape health and care.
Opportunities to get involved with our work:
- Patient, Carer and Public Advisory Panel: Our group is made up of 8-10 people who work with UCLPartners to make sure the views of patients, carers, and publics are feeding into and influencing the decisions and work that we do as an organisation. Applications to join the panel are currently open until Monday 9 May 2022. Click here to find out more about the Panel and apply.
- PPIE Opportunities List: Our list is made up of a diverse community of patients, carers and publics who are offered opportunities to work with a variety of health and care projects across our partnership. This could be through one-off activities like commenting on documents, or could be more long-term like becoming part of a project team. If you are interested in joining the list, please email our Patient and Public Involvement and Engagement Team here.
Find out more about our Patient and Public Involvement work:
As part of our commitment to involving people in our work, we have developed our Patient and Public Involvement and Engagement Strategy. We are using this strategy to guide how we develop and improve the involvement work happening across UCLPartners.
Explore more of the projects and stories of our Patient and Public Involvement work on our theme page.
If you have any questions about our work or how to get involved, you can email our Patient Involvement Leads Natt Day and Erin Walker.