Health research is carried out to improve the outcomes of the patient, so why does the patient and public get left out of the development and delivery of research?
This session will give you some key information about it is important to involve patients and the public in the development and delivery of health research, and how you can start to change your practice to include patients and the public more.
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.
This workshop enables delegates to understand:
- what is patient and public involvement and engagement?
- the drivers, values and motivations that underpin involvement and engagement
- key policy initiatives
- understanding key concepts such as co-production
- understanding what good PPIE practice looks like
- exploring PPIE in complex areas
- developing your own involvement and engagement practice
This is part 1 of 2 sessions on PPIE
Professor Sophie Staniszweska, WMS
Further events in the Public Engagement Series 2019/20
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)
Reporting and Evidencing PPIE in Health Research - Using GRIPP2 as a Tool
17 March 2020, 09.30 - 12.30, UHCW (room tbc)
Beginners Guide to Public Engagement
27 March 2020, 09.30 - 12.30*, AC01 (Argent Court)
Presenting your Research to the Public-Skills Workshop
24 April 2020, 09.30 - 12.30, Humanities Studio
Public Engagement Events that have already run 2019/20:
Identifying, Understanding and Engaging the Public
22 November 2019, 09.30 - 12.30*, AC01 (Argent Court)