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Developing skills for patient and public involvement

A training day for post-graduate research students belonging to a School for Primary Care Research member department.

10-10.30am Arrival teas and coffees

10.30-11.30am Inspiring patient and public involvement in research:

Session led by Lynne Corner and Susan Hrisos, with input from VOICENorth members

11.30am-12.30pm Simultaneous workshops ‘practicalities of patient and public involvement’

12.30-1.30pm Lunch

1.30-2.30pm Student presentations – creative involvement of patients and the public in research projects

2.30-3pm Case studies

Students will work in groups (with experts and PPI group members) putting together PPI models for case studies of PhD style research projects.

3-3.30pm Tea and coffee break 

3.30-4.30pm Resources and expert panel


Read about the first training day, held at the University of Cambridge, in a blog written by Charlotte Albury. Exchanging skills and ideas with students from across the school.