National Feedback Survey: What’s it like being involved in NIHR research?


What has been your experience of being involved in NIHR research?

If you are a patient, carer, service user or member of the public who has been involved in the NIHR’s work then they would like to know.

You may have helped design a research study, review applications, been a member of an advisory group or involved in their many other activities. However you have been involved, NIHR want to hear from you.

NIHR is running a national survey asking patients, carers, service users and members of the public what’s it been like to be involved with them. They want to know if our public contributors think they have made a difference, whether they have felt supported and valued, received any feedback on their contribution, and how they can improve the way they work with them in the future.

The brief online survey is completely anonymous and the results will be published in March 2019. NIHR hope it will give them some useful information which together with the UK PPI Standards will help them measure progress in future years.

To have your say, please complete the survey before Monday 7 January 2019

Please note: the survey is not about people’s experience of being a participant in a research study.

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