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People in Health West of England (PHWE) is a new initiative promoting innovative and effective public involvement in research and evidence-based service improvement.

People in Health West of England promotes public involvement amongst professionals and members of the public through:


Involvement Opportunities

We promote opportunities for members of the public to be involved in research and evidence-based service improvement.

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People in Health West of England (PHWE) is a new initiative promoting innovative and effective public involvement in research and evidence-based service improvement.

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We run our own conferences and seminars as well as publicise relevant events run by other organisations.

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We produce a regular Newsflash, geared to members of the public as well as researchers and health professionals.

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Latest events

Understanding the Health and Social Care Environment: Engage For Change Online Training, starting 20 Feb

+ Places are available on the UHSCE training course for current NHS volunteers who are interested in understanding the health and social care environment and / or with responsibility for improving health. By the end of the course you will: ...

Science Quarter Event 2018, 22 Feb

+ To celebrate the official opening of Severn Pathology, we will be hosting a joint Science Quarter event with Severn Pathology and the University of Bristol based in the Learning & Research building. The event will showcase how science is revolutionising...

ReMemBr Group first annual Dementia Research Showcase, 27 Feb

+ The ReMemBr Group will be holding their first annual Dementia Research Showcase on 27th February 2018. The ReMemBr Group is a Bristol based research group (joint University of Bristol & North Bristol NHS Trust) headed by Dr Elizabeth Coulthard that conducts neuroscience...

Involvement Opportunities

Involvement opportunity – Improving the research on a smartphone intervention app for depression or low mood

Researchers at the Universities of Bristol are looking for people to try out a new smartphone intervention app for depression and low mood, and provide feedback for further improvements by meeting (1 hour between 24-26th January).

Our four core partners are the key health bodies tasked with taking forward research and evidence-based innovation in the West of England (including Gloucestershire, South Gloucestershire, Bristol, Bath, North East Somerset, North Somerset, Wiltshire and Swindon). They have all made a strategic commitment to work together to involve the public at all levels of the work they do.
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