Public involvement in research applications to the National Research Ethics Service (NRES)
October 2011. Looking at the extent and nature of reported public involvement in health and social care research.
Author: Maryrose Tarpey
This joint study, published by the National Research Ethics Service (NRES) and INVOLVE, analyses information routinely collected by NRES as part of the applications process for ethical approval of research projects. The study was based on a sample of applications submitted to NRES in 2010.
The report :
- provides a ‘snapshot’ of public involvement in research and identifies practical actions for funders, sponsors and regulators in ensuring and facilitating further patient and public involvement
- provides some key insights into the extent to which patients and the public are involved in research, and the understanding of researchers and funders of effective involvement.
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