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After the successful launch of the Patient Hack Day in April 2014, PRIMER are inviting PPI partners, members of the public, researchers and charities to work together on research ideas, for another day of engagement and interaction.

During the second Patient Hack Day on 30 September, participants will hear from patients, carers, service users or members of the public who will ‘pitch’ their ideas for a research project. Teams of public contributors and researchers who and pitchers will work together to work their ideas into research projects. For more information and to view the programme, visit PRIMER's website.

The programme for the day can be found here.

Sarah Knowles et al Hacking into health research is an account of last year's Patient Hack Day, for the BMJ.

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