Have you got a novel idea about how to approach PPI in research? Prepared to pitch it on our PPI Soapbox?
Tag: Patient and Public Involvement
Working together to ensure that people affected by dementia are involved in every stage of research.
ARVAC Annual Lecture: ‘Patient and Public involvement – the role of the community in health and social care research.’
“ARVAC is worldwide the oldest national association in the field of community research, its mission to bring together academics, practitioners and policy makers. We are delighted to jointly host this event with the University of East Anglia, CLAHRC East of England, CLAHRC South London, Shaping our Lives and The Wellcome Trust. As in previous years,…
Investigating non-pharmacological interventions, services and assistive technologies to support people living well with dementia at UCL (never agree to pick her up from the airport – you might be waiting a while)
Dementia Special Issue: Patient and Public Involvement in Dementia Research: Moving from Proving to Improving
Eight articles that report on the diverse methods and impact of PPI
69% of UK adults thought that “scientists should listen more to what ordinary people think” Public attitudes to science, 2014 Do you agree? Would you be interested in sharing your ideas on mental health research in Sussex? 11th July, 12:30-4pm Please join us for a free half-day event with researchers and Patient and Public Involvement…
Collaborations & partnerships are key to research across all fields. The Alzheimer’s Society Research Translation programme explores building a network outside of academia to help promote research findings to others and ensure your findings have a big impact.
A new working definition of co-produced research and suggest how different elements of successfully co-produced knowledge can be understood and evaluated.
Ester Bellavia discussed her recent engagement with people from the Dementia Engagement and Empowerment Project (DEEP for short). Exploring the barriers faced by people living with dementia when involved in research.