Categories: News, PPI Research theme

Research with Patient and Public Involvement: The RAPPORT study published

The RAPPORT research team are delighted announce that the report “ReseArch with Patient and Public invOlvement: a RealisT evaluation – the RAPPORT study” has been published in the Health Services and Delivery Research journal on the NIHR Journals Library website. The study set out to find evidence showing whether or not Patient and Public Involvement […]

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OK To Ask Campaign

The NIHR is marking International Clinical Trials Day (ICTD) on 20 May for the third year running. The ‘Ok to ask’ campaign calls on patients and carers to ask their doctor about NHS research they can take part in. This year the campaign includes: a set of promotional materials including leaflets, badges, […]

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Categories: PPI Research theme

Researching the IMPlementation and evaluation of Patient and Public Involvement (PPI) in CLAHRC East of England RESearch (IMPRESS)

The ‘IMPRESS’ project:  Researching the IMPlementation and evaluation of Patient and Public Involvement (PPI) in CLAHRC East of England RESearch Plain English Summary ‘IMPRESS’ is a study funded by the CLAHRC East of England and run by teams from the Universities of East Anglia and Hertfordshire. ‘IMPRESS’ aimed to find […]

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The PPI Toolbox by Julie Bounford and Elspeth Mathie.

In November 2014, Julie Bounford and Elspeth Mathie (left)  from the CLAHRC East of England PPI Theme (along with Julia Keenan, Valerie Dunn and Simon Horton) attended the national INVOLVE conference in Birmingham for people interested in public involvement in NHS, public health and social care research. With different professional […]

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Understanding PPI in research with older people living in residential settings

Project title: Understanding PPI in older people’s research – how best to enable meaningful PPI in research with older people living in residential settings (RREACH) Type of research: Health services research incorporating systematic review and focus groups. Background & Scientific Rationale: There is increasing recognition of the importance of research […]

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Patients as partners to improve long-term conditions

Project title: Patients and service users as research partners: what models work best to improve patient experience in long term conditions services? (PatIents as Partners to Improve long term coNditions services – PIPPIN) Type of research: Applied research For the lay summary, please click here  Background & Scientific Rationale: Patient […]

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