Involving patients and the public in research is a standard practice, but the impact and results of this is not always captured and reported in the most effective ways.
Come along to this session to find out more about how to start to report on your PPIE more effectively to your peers, patients and funders as well as helping to build the evidence base needed for embedding culture change.
Who should attend?
PhD, ECR and senior academics, health clinicians and practitioners, University of Warwick Research Active Staff (Research-focussed, Teaching-focussed and Research & Teaching contracts) and PhD Students.
Workshops enable delegates to understand:
- why reporting the PPIE in your research is important
- the role of PPIE reporting in evaluation of impact
- how to report your PPIE using GRIPP2
- a practical session on using GRIPP2 short form
- case studies on the use of GRIPP2
This is part 2 of 2 sessions on PPIE.
Professor Sophie Staniszweska, WMS
Further events in the Public Engagement Series 2019/20
Beginners Guide to Public Engagement
25 October 2019, 09.30 - 12.30*, AC01 (Argent Court)
Identifying, Understanding and Engaging the Public
22 November 2019, 09.30 - 12.30*, AC01 (Argent Court)
Evaluating your Public Engagement Activities
24 January 2020, 09.30 - 12.30*, AC01 Argent Court
Writing Effective Public Engagement Funding/Grant Applications
28 February 2020, 10.00 - 13.00, AC01 (Argent Court)
Involving and Engaging Patients and Public in Health Research - PPIE
10 March 2020, 09.30 - 12.30, WMS (MTC 0.04/0.06)
Presenting your Research to the Public-Skills Workshop
24 April 2020, 09.30 - 12.30, Humanities Studio
* After the workshop there is the optional opportunity to 'Network' for an additional hour.