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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:

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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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Learning

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

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News

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

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Latest events

New seminar series on Public Involvement in Research – at UWE Frenchay Campus, 26 April

+ We are starting a new seminar series on ‘public involvement in research’ this Spring! What is public involvement in research?   It is an active partnership between researchers and members of the public to design, plan and conduct studies. It is...

Public Involvement Journal Club, 3 May

+ Journal Club dates are: Thursday 8th February 2018 Thursday 3rd May 2018 Thursday 28th June 2018 Rooms and articles for discussion will be confirmed for each meeting. The paper is available just prior to the Journal Club date through a UWE long-in,...

Introduction to Involving Patients and the Public, 23 May

+ Introduction to Involving Patients and the Public in the Bristol Biomedical Research Centre and in the Health Protection Research Unit Evaluation of Interventions  Patient and Public Involvement (PPI) is an important part of the work that we all do. Involving...

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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