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Developing consensus on guidance for reporting patient and public involvement (GRIPP 2)

Funder: Internal funding

Start date: January 2013 End date: June 2014

PI: Sophie Staniszewska (Warwick)

Collaborators: Kate Seers (Warwick), Carole Mockford (Warwick), Jo Brett (Warwick), Rosemary Barber (Sheffield), Iveta Simera (Oxford), Doug Altman (Oxford), David Moher (Ottowa), Peter Littlejohns (Kings, formerly NICE), Victoria Thomas (NICE), Chris Morris (Exeter Medical School), Simon Denegri (INVOLVE).

Description: The reporting of patient and public involvement in health research needs significant enhancement. The GRIPP checklist developed by the RCN RI represents the first international attempt to enhance the quality of PPI reporting. This study will utilise the GRIPP checklist and develop GRIPP 2 by following the method and consensus process utilised by the EQUATOR Network, an international initiative that seeks to enhance the reliability and value of medical research by promoting transparent and accurate reporting of research studies. The aim of the GRIPP 2 checklist is to help researchers and service users improve the quality, content, detail, consistency, transparency, and completeness of their PPI reporting, thus

strengthening the PPI evidence base, and ultimately enabling a clearer understanding of what PPI works, for whom, why and in what circumstances.

Progress: The paper that underpins this work reporting the GRIPP checklist has been published. The study is complete including the Delphi and the consensus meeting. The final papers are being written.

Publications:

Staniszewska S, Brett J, Mockford C, Barber R (2011). The GRIPP checklist: Strengthening the quality and transparency of reporting for patient and public involvement in research. International Journal of Technology Assessment for Health Care, 27 (4):391-399.

Staniszewska S, Brett J, Seers K et al (2015). Developing guidance for reporting patient and public involvement in health research: A Delphi consensus study to develop GRIPP2-SF and GRIPP2-LF (Submission to BMJ)

Brett J, Staniszewska, Seers K et al (2015). Methods for developing guidance for reporting patient and public involvement in health research (Submission to BMJ)

Tue 10 Nov 2015, 13:37 | Tags: GRIPP2

GRIPP2 (Reporting of Patient and Public Involvement in Research)

Funder: Internal

Start date: January 2011 End date: June 2013

PI: Sophie Staniszewska (Warwick)

Collaborators: Kate Seers (Warwick), Carole Mockford (Warwick), Jo Brett (Warwick), Rosemary Barber (Sheffield), Iveta Simera (Oxford), Doug Altman (Oxford), David Moher (Ottawa), Peter Littlejohns (NICE)

Descrption: The reporting of patient and public involvement in health research needs significant enhancement. The GRIPP checklist developed by the RCN RI represents the first international attempt to enhance the quality of PPI reporting. This study will utilise the GRIPP checklist and develop GRIPP 2 by following the method and consensus process utilised by the EQUATOR Network, an international initiative that seeks to enhance the reliability and value of medical research by promoting transparent and accurate reporting of research studies. The aim of the GRIPP 2 checklist will be to help researchers and service users improve the quality, content, detail, consistency, transparency, and completeness of their PPI reporting, thus strengthening the PPI evidence base, and ultimately enabling a clearer understanding of what PPI works, for whom, why and in what circumstances.

Progress: The paper that underpins this work reporting the GRIPP checklist has been published. Invitations to participate in the Delphi consensus survey (to gain consensus on what should and should not be included in the GRIPP checklist) sent to a cohort of individuals working in this area with 165 confirmed participants. The survey has been set up to run online, and has been tested.

The final consensus meeting is being arranged for last week in March 2014 at the RCN HQ, London

We are preparing the protocol paper. We plan to negotiate multiple publication of the final GRIPP 2 paper in key journals, as is usual practice for EQUATOR guidance.

Invitations and Information to contribute to a study to develop consensus-based guidance for the reporting of patient and public involvement (PPI) in helath and social care research can be found on this page.

GRIPP2 Invitations can be found here.

GRIPP2 Information Sheet can be found here.

GRIPP2 Invitation for Lay Members can be found here.

GRIPP2 Information Sheet for Lay Members can be found here.

Publication:

Staniszewska S, Brett J, Mockford C, Barber R (2011). The GRIPP checklist: Strengthening the quality and transparency of reporting for patient and public involvement in research. International Journal of Technology Assessment for Health Care, 27 (4):391-399.

Mon 28 Oct 2013, 13:53 | Tags: GRIPP2