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April 2020

EVENT CANCELLED: Seminar on public involvement in research: Sharing power when we co-produce research – Wednesday 22 April 2020

April 22 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
University of the West of England (UWE) Frenchay Campus, Coldharbour Lane
Bristol, BS16 1QY
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THIS EVENT IS NOW CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19.  This NIHR ARC West project created resources and training to support people working together in co-produced health and social care research.  The seminar will share what the project found out and the resources created. The seminar will be run by Michelle Farr (Senior Research Associate, ARC West), Phillipa Davies (Senior Research Associate, ARC West) and Heidi Andrews (Honorary University of Bristol staff member and public contributor). Co-producing research is when researchers, practitioners and...

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EVENT CANCELLED: A practical introduction to evaluating public involvement – Thursday 30 April 2020

April 30 @ 9:30 am - 1:00 pm
ARC West, Whitefriars, Lewins Mead,
Bristol, BS1 2NT United Kingdom
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THIS EVENT IS NOW CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19.  For: Researchers, health professionals/other staff currently leading and supporting public involvement activities. This workshop is also open to members of the public who are, or will be, helping to evaluate involvement activities. Please note: workshop participants are expected to already have some knowledge and/or experience of public involvement in research. What: The workshop offers the opportunity to consider and start developing a practical approach to the evaluation of public involvement in research. It will...

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May 2020

Co-production in health and social care research – Wednesday 13 May 2020

May 13 @ 9:30 am - 12:30 pm
Bristol to be confirmed

Co-producing research is when researchers, practitioners and members of the public collaborate to develop research. Everyone works together in more equal partnerships and shares responsibility and power throughout the research project. The National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) INVOLVE guidance indicates that sharing power is an important, yet challenging principle in co-producing research. Health and social care research, like many other forms of research, is carried out within a context of embedded hierarchical inequalities in universities, public service institutions, and...

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