How we work with others
We work in partnership with researchers, research commissioners and the public to:
- maximise the opportunities for public involvement
- learn and share knowledge and experiences of public involvement
- support inclusion, diversity and equity and the active involvement in research of groups and individuals who are often excluded from research
- make our work accessible
- strengthen and build upon existing work by INVOLVE and others.
Examples of our current work with others include:
- working with National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) stakeholders to look at options around developing an NIHR-wide approach to encourage integrated learning and development opportunities for researchers and members of the public
- working with NIHR Programmes and other key stakeholders to review and develop the question and guidance for plain English summaires in grant applications, and to develop criteria and propose methods for assessing the quality of plain English summaries
- supporting forums for Research Programmes, Research Design Services (RDS) and Collaborations for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care (CLAHRC)
- facilitating invoNET, a network of people interested in developing the evidence base for public involvement in research.
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