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The SPCR is supporting the Primary Care Research in Manchester Engagement Resource’s (PRIMER) first ‘Patient Hack Day’ on 30 April 2014. The day will encourage people with varying viewpoints to discuss their ideas and work with researchers, with the aim of developing new research ideas.

The School for Primary Care Research has close ties with PRIMER and this co-operation has played a part in influencing Patient and Public Involvement initiatives currently being reviewed across the School. PRIMER is situated in the Centre for Primary Care at the University of Manchester. More information about the ‘Patient Hack Day’ can be found on their website.

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