Involvement in research
If you're looking to work with partners or members of the public as collaborators or co-producers then it's important to plan out your project thoroughly to ensure a positive working relationship.
Learning Circle 11 - Co-Producing Research and Collaborating with Communities
WIE FellowsLink opens in a new window have been invited to form Learning Circles to address key challenges in engagement. LC11 is focussed on strategies for the effective co-production of research and engagement activities with community and patient groups, individuals and non-HE organisations.
Support from WIE
Please note you'll need to be logged in to the Warwick website in order to access this resource.
This toolkit will help you understand how to make the most out of partnership working.
Warwick Institute of Engagement runs a fund specifically to support you to develop relationships with external collaborators. Awards are for up to £3,000 to develop new, or expand existing relationships.
PPI (Patient and Public Involvement) resources for applicants to NIHR research programmesLink opens in a new window
National Institute for Healthcare Research
Guidance from the Institute on best practice across the sector for PPI work including UK standards
National Coordinating Centre for Public Engagement (NCCPE)
Guidance for working with specific types of partners including schools, museums, festivals, science centres and more.
Move around the Skills Festival
- What is engagement
- Practical engagement skills
- Digital skills for engagement
- Putting on an event
- Funding and Grant Applications
- Embedding engagement into your teaching
- Finding your public
- Engagement and your career
- Involving the public/ partners in research
- Engagement with sensitive topics
- Publishing your engagement work
- Policy engagement
- Working with young people
- WIE Mentoring Scheme
- Public Engagement case studies
- Opportunities to get involved