Led by Public Involvement in Education and Research (PIER), this session looks at how to meaningfully involve patients and service users in the research process.
This workshop offers an engaging introduction to the what, why and how of public involvement in research. It is co-designed and facilitated by Rachel Jury and Tim Worner, who have extensive experience of sharing their lived experience expertise in research studies, Dr Mel Hughes, Academic Lead for the BU PIER Partnership and Angela Warren, PIER involvement coordinator.
We will cover the different approaches to public involvement; the public contributor role; the benefits of public involvement and what pitfalls to avoid. The workshop will also provide an opportunity for researchers to learn about public involvement and to consider this from the perspective of experts by experience and in relation to their own research. This will be interactive with opportunities for researchers to share and discuss ideas and plans.
– Develop a knowledge and understanding of different models of public involvement
– Consider the benefits of public involvement for a research study and all those involved
– Identify best practice in designing and conducting public involvement in research
|Public and Patient Involvement in Research||Tuesday, 24th January 2023||14:00 – 15:30||Lansdowne Campus|
To book a place on this workshop please complete the Booking Form.
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