An Introduction to Patient and Public Involvement in Research – for Researchers

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An Introduction to Patient and Public Involvement in Research – for Researchers 

Wednesday 22 June 2016 10am to 3pm (lunch and refreshments provided)

Deakin Centre,  Addenbrooke’s Campus, Cambridge

This free workshop from the NIHR Cambridge Biomedical Research Centre, NIHR CLARHC EoE, & the NIHR Research Design Service East of England is open to all research staff conducting research studies and clinical trials with patients in the NHS. The event will provide:

  • an introduction to PPI in research – what and why
  • guidance on how you can conduct PPI – using researcher and PPI representative case studies
  • advice and guidance on how to incorporate PPI into grant funding
  • plenty of opportunities for discussion and questions throughout the day

The course will particularly suit people who are new to PPI in research and need to understand what it is. It will also be helpful for those who are setting up PPI in their research project for the first time. You will find out about local support available in the region to help you plan, deliver and build PPI into your research that will improve your research for patients, services users and carers.

For more information and to register your free space, please click here 

A flyer for the training can be accessed here. Please do share this opportunity with interested colleagues! 


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