Book your place on this new online interactive workshop now! Tuesday 19th October 11-12.30pm
Workshop title: “What’s in it for us?” An introduction to Public and Patient Involvement from the public’s perspective
Date: Tuesday 19th October, 11-12.30pm
This new interactive RKEDF workshop explores how to develop meaningful engagement with the public. It is co-designed and facilitated by health advocates Rachel Jury and Tim Worner, who have both extensively shared their lived experience to the benefit of research studies, Dr Mel Hughes, academic lead of the BU PIER (Public Involvement in Education and Research) Partnership, and Angela Warren, PIER involvement coordinator.
The workshop provides an opportunity to learn about public involvement from the perspective of experts by experience, and to share and discuss ideas and plans.
- develop knowledge and understanding of different models of public involvement
- consider the benefits of public involvement for researchers and research users
- identify best practice in designing and conducting public involvement in research.
Researchers at any career stage or level are welcome – whether you are developing a public involvement strategy or just wish to find out more.