Janet Tonge

My background is in improvement work in the NHS and local government where I’ve worked
extensively with public groups and people affected by various health conditions in order to help
commissioners and clinicians understand how well services are working and what needs to change.
Most recently I led a programme to improve cancer services in Manchester which had the principle
of co-production with people affected by cancer at its heart.
I am a supporter of older parents one of whom has multiple conditions. This has given me more
experience than I would like of navigating health services especially those related to cardio vascular
disease and neurological conditions. I also have experience of muscloskeletal services myself.
My research interests are focussed on lung cancer and in particular developing information and tools
to help people make up their minds about whether to be screened or not.

IN Bulletin 5 – Clinical Research Ambassador Group

Welcome to the fifth issue of our IN: Bulletin.

This bulletin looks at the Clinical Research Ambassador Group (CRAG) based at Birmingham Heartlands Hospital.

Notes of INVOLVE Executive Group Meeting April 2018

NIHR PPI Newsletter February 2018

INVOLVE – NIHR Newsletter Feb 2018

In this issue:

  • Co-Producing Research Guidance
  • Launch of Young Persons Advisory Group
  • Teenager helps shape NIHR trauma research
  • Autism@Manchester
  • King’s College and patients collaborate with fashion designer
  • Update from NIHR INVOLVE Learning and Development Project Group
  • NETSCC says thank you to Public Reviewers
  • International update
  • INVOLVE Conference summary

North Bristol NHS Trust

Notes of INVOLVE Executive Group Meeting January 2018

IN Bulletin 4 – Health of adults who have a learning disability

Welcome to the fourth issue of our IN: Bulletin.

This bulletin looks at the Health of adults who have a learning disability

Cicely Saunders Institute