What: Opportunity to come to a workshop to develop ideas for new research projects. We would like to hear what members of the public think health researchers should investigate. Come along to share and develop ideas and see if they might lead to a research question that could form the basis of a research study. The ideas generated in the workshops can be submitted for development into a future project by NIHR CLAHRC West. NIHR CLAHRC West is a collaboration of health and social care organisations, universities and other partners to improve health through research.
Who for: Patients, service users, carers, and members of the public who have thoughts or ideas about what health issues and problems should be investigated. We are particularly interested in ideas for the care and treatment for people with more than one condition. For example, improving the co-ordination of services so that people with complicated health needs get the most effective and efficient care.
Where and when: St James Priory, Whitson Street, Bristol, BS1 3NZ, Tuesday 1st March, 11.00 am – 2.30 pm (lunch provided).
At the workshop you will also learn about People in Health West of England www.phwe.org.uk and other opportunities to get involved in research.
More information: We will pay your travel expenses to come along. Places are limited and must be booked in advance. If you can’t make the workshop but would still like to submit a research idea let us know and we will help you. Generating Ideas for Health Research flyer gives further information.
How to register: Click here to register