Public Co-Applicants in Research – guidance on roles and responsibilities
This guidance is intended to help:
- Researchers wanting to include a public co-applicant in a study
- Public contributors wanting to become a co-applicant
- Research staff who coordinate public involvement activities or advise on funding applications
- Those working in or with research organisations to review or process research applications.
This guidance was developed jointly by the NHS R&D Forum, the Health Research Authority and INVOLVE.