Have you got a novel idea about how to approach PPI in research? Prepared to pitch it on our PPI Soapbox?
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,…
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
World Café Master Class When: Tuesday 10th September 2019 Where: H2.6, Hunter Wing, St George’s University of London Chairs: Professor Mary Chambers, Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education One ticket option: £35
Blog from Dr Clarissa Giebel, discussing her patient and public involvement in reviewing YOD memory clinic services
Ester Bellavia takes a break from the extensive literature on PPI and challenges herself for a journey across the Research Involvement Ocean! With a fresh approach and a gaining a deeper sense of its benefits.
Closing the gap between research production and research use is a key challenge for the health research system. These principles could help.
PPI in research continues to evolve to improve and mould to the needs of the research community