Patient & Public Involvement (PPI)
Patient and Public Involvement (PPI) is integral to the School's research and research capacity development activities, and is informed by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR)'s policy for patient involvement. The School is committed to developing the evidence base for enhancing the effectiveness of PPI and funds high quality primary and secondary research. Patients, mental health service users, carers and members of the public with an interest in research are encouraged and supported to work in partnership with researchers on projects carried out across the NIHR School for Primary Care Research.
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Primary Care is healthcare in the community - everything from GPs to Pharmacists, Optometrists to Dentists.Find out more
Online resources hub for researchers, as well as for patient and public contributors, combining training and guidance documents.Find out more
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Lists of internal and external publications, detailing examples of Patient and Public Involvement, and Engagement, in research.Find out more
Latest developments including top tips on what makes good public involvement in research, co-production and the new standards and indicators for public involvement.Read more