These videos were taken at the INVOLVE 2012 Conference.
They are short 3 minute clips. Take a look and listen to:
Sir Iain Chalmers, James Lind Initiative, being interviewed following his inspiring speech on the role of public involvement in avoiding waste in research.
Andy Gibson, Researcher and Stephanie Jibson, Secretary of PenPIG user involvement group, discuss the importance of public involvement in research priority setting at the South West Peninsula Collaborations for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care (CLAHRC).
Lester Firkins, James Lind Alliance and Emma Malcolm, Prostate Cancer UK talk about the difference public involvement can make to research priority setting. James Lind Alliance brings together clinicians, patients and carers to identify their priority research questions.
Delia Muir and Andrea McGoverin from Pressure Ulcer Research Service User Network (PURSUN UK) talk about the benefit of public involvement in the interpretation of research data. They used simulated patients (role players) to help with the analysis.