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Back to Basics - planning public involvement

As part of my role with the NIHR Research Design Service (RDSYH), I’ve spent many hours helping researchers plan involvement activities. For example helping academics think about how to collaborate with patients. 466 more words

Health Research

NIHR launches new poster campaign on public involvement in research #twosides @OfficialNIHR @NIHRINVOLVE

The UK National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) has launched a striking new poster campaign entitled #twosides to raise awareness of the importance of patients and the public to making health and social care research happen. 103 more words

Medical Research

Unspoken voices: Gathering perspectives from people who use Alternative and Augmentative Communication (AAC)

This blog post is from Katherine Broomfield – Speech and Language Therapist, Gloucestershire Care Services NHS Trust. Kath has recently been successful in achieving an… 715 more words

Research

Let's follow #DryJanuary with a concerted effort to research patient priorities in alcohol-related liver disease @LindAlliance

This blog by me was first published on the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) prior to Christmas to coincide with the publication of the James Lind Alliance Priority Setting Partnership on alcohol-related liver disease. 862 more words

Medical Research

Top 10 priorities for alcohol-related liver disease identified

“The number of people with alcohol related liver disease has been increasing over the last few decades: death rates have risen considerably in this time and alcohol is now one of the most common causes of death in the UK. 1,264 more words

Patient And Public Involvement

Winter Collaborative Learning Event: Accelerating & Sustaining Quality Improvement

NIHR CLAHRC NWL invites you to register for our CLAHRC Winter Collaborative Learning Event

2nd Feb 2017 | 8:30 – 16:30 | Congress Centre | 28 Great Russell St | London WC1B 3LS… 88 more words

CLAHRC NWL

November Newsletter: Supporting Vulnerable Children

1 in 8 babies born in the UK will need to be admitted for neonatal care. Having a baby in intensive care is something no parent is prepared for. 357 more words

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