Have you ever wanted to get involved in research, but don’t know where to start?
Are you a researcher who would like to involve the public in your research, but don’t know how to recruit or train them?
For: People interested in getting involved in research, and researchers interested in involving patients and carers in their research
What: The workshop will outline the different types of research methods and terminology used in research and how the public can get involved, as well as exploring the issues related to becoming and being a member of the public involved in research. Free. Lunch provided
The facilitators of the workshop will be Bryony Enright, Dali Sidebottom and Karen Sheehan. Rosie Davies, from the People in Health West of England Patient and Public Involvement (PPI) Team will also be part of the team. People in Health West of England is providing this free workshop.
More information and booking: Please click here. Places are limited to 25 so please book early.