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A toolkit for prison-university partnerships

A toolkit for prison-university partnerships The Prisoners’ Education Trust and Prison University Partnerships in Learning (PUPiL) have published a toolkit to support the continued growth and development of partnerships between prisons and universities. It shares examples of successful models – including many that use creative arts – and is designed […]

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Call for examples of arts and mental health projects

Call for examples of arts and mental health projects From 2020 onwards, the Baring Foundation will move its arts funding from arts and older people to arts and mental health as a theme, and will publish a scoping study in January to launch this. Central to writing this study will […]

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NIHR Academy competition launches

NIHR Academy competition launches 1. Competition: PCAF: HEE/NIHR Pre-Doctoral Clinical Academic Fellowships Description: The HEE/NIHR ICA Pre-doctoral Clinical Academic Fellowship (PCAF) funds personalised programmes of academic training that will equip awardees with the skills and experience to access doctoral level funding and dedicated time to prepare an application for a competitive, peer-reviewed […]

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Recruiting – Participatory Appraisal project

Recruiting – Participatory Appraisal project The Eastern Academic Health Science Network is recruiting for a new Patient and Public Voice initiative. This exciting new project will offer free training in participatory appraisal techniques (expenses paid) and reimbursement for individuals to run local participation workshops to help inform and improve health […]

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New report explores how NHS staff can get involved in research

New report explores how NHS staff can get involved in research THIS Institute explored why and how NHS staff contribute to research, the factors that enable engagement, the impact of engagement on research processes and outcomes, and the implications for future engagement efforts. Key findings from report From shaping research questions, […]

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Learning for Involvement – launch of a new website

Learning for Involvement – launch of a new website INVOLVE’s new ‘Learning for Involvement’ website has recently launched. The site offers a range of functions: you can search for learning resources – guidance, reports, toolkits, books, websites, videos, blogs, MOOCs, etc you can recommend resources that you have found useful […]

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NEW GUIDANCE: Public Co-Applicants in research

NEW GUIDANCE: Public Co-Applicants in research INVOLVE, in partnership with the Health Research Authority (HRA) and the NHS R&D Forum have launched a new guide: Public Co-Applicants in Research – guidance on roles and responsibilities https://www.invo.org.uk/posttypepublication/public-co-applicants-in-research-guidance-on-roles-and-responsibilities/ This guidance is intended to help: Researchers wanting to include public co-applicants in a […]

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