The Royal Marsden is a world-leading cancer centre specialising in diagnosis, treatment, care, education and research.

At The Royal Marsden we are committed to improving the outcomes for people with cancer through innovation and leading-edge practice.

Public involvement in research

We aim to involve patients and the public at every stage of the research cycle, ensuring that we carry out research that reflects issues considered important and relevant to those potentially affected by it.

Our Public and Patient Involvement strategy consists of six themes, all of which we believe are essential in ensuring meaningful PPI occurs for BRC-funded research. Many of these areas include strands of work that have been previously established but that will be expanded upon and improved. We aim to place NIHR Biomedical Research Centre at The Royal Marsden and The Institute of Cancer Research at the forefront of patient and public involvement in cancer research and ensure that the future strategic direction of the BRC is shaped and underpinned by guidance from targeted patient and public involvement.

Areas 1 – 4 are focused on involving patients in the development of research.

Areas 5 – 6 are focused on engaging patients in the research that is on-going or completed


London, Surrey

Royal Marsden Sutton, Royal Marsden Chelsea, Institute of Cancer research London

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