Research done with and by patients, carers and the public produces better results and treatments. We’ve worked with our Patient and Research Group to identify how we can make sure patients, carers and the public are at the centre of our research.
You can read a summary of our strategy here. Our full strategy document is available here. Read the latest Progress Report to find out about activities and progress we have made in delivering our strategy.
Our case studies and project reports share other examples of our work:
- PPI Small Grants Scheme Projects 2019/20 (March 2020)
- Engagement project with Asian communities in Oxford (March 2020
- Engaging people with mild cognitive impairment in ageing and dementia research (May 20202)
- PPI Workshop Series for public contributors (October 2019)
We want to:
- Raise awareness of our research and opportunities for involvement.
- Build a pool of patients, carers and the public who are interested in being involved in our research.
- Provide training and resources to support researchers, patients, carers and the public to work together.
- Engage with community groups and health services, to make sure our involvement and sharing activities reach a wide range of people.
- Embed patient and public involvement within our research procedures.
- Understand the experiences of the people we work with, and find out how this kind of involvement changes research.
Interested in being involved?
To find out more about our strategy, or opportunities to be involved in our research, email Claire Murray, Patient and Public Involvement Manager: firstname.lastname@example.org