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16 & 21 Feb 2023 - Building Research Partnerships Workshop

Event Date: 
2023-02-16

Involving the Public in the Design and Conduct of Research:

Building Research Partnerships

A virtual/online course for Researchers & Members of the Public

What is it?

This free virtual course will look at practical ways to involve patients and the public as partners (PPI) in the research process. It will explore the issues related to becoming and being a member of the public involved in research and the role of researchers in facilitating this involvement.

What does it involve?

It involves 2 parts. Part 1 is a series of online pre-recorded presentations providing information about PPI in Research and Part 2 provides the opportunity for participants to attend an online Question and Answer/Dragon’s Den Workshop. Participants MUST complete Part 1 before attending Part 2.

Who is it for?

Patients, carers and members of the public who are interested in getting involved in research and researchers interested in involving patients, carers and the public in their research.

How long is it?

Part 1 consists of 6 presentations each lasting around 10 minutes and Part 2 is a 1.5 hour on line workshop.

What will I get out of it?

As a patient, carer or member of the public, you will gain an understanding of what it means to be involved in research at each stage of the research process.

As a researcher, you will gain an understanding of how patients, carers and the public can get involved in research, practical tips, the opportunity to share your research expertise and build research partnerships.

Registration:

Please also see the flyer and to register your interest for this workshop please complete the form below:

https://forms.office.com/r/e48beJ1pVL

Registration closes Friday 27th January and applicants will receive further course information.

Dates of online workshops

Please indicate your preference for date of attendance at Part 2 of the course via the Microsoft forms application.

Thursday 16th February 2pm to 3.30pm

Tuesday 21st February 10am to 11.30am