Abstract: There is huge commitment to public and patient involvement (PPI) in UK clinical research. Despite there being wide agreement to practice PPI and national guidance on the subject, there are few practical examples of how to implement PPI and few published models to demonstrate how it can be achieved consistently and constructively across a broad portfolio of studies. The Peninsula Research Bank demonstrates how good PPI can be effectively integrated into experimental medicine research.
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Categories: health public health social care all Identifying topics, prioritising and commissioning Designing research Managing research Undertaking research Analysing and interpreting Writing up and disseminating Evaluating journal article Recruitment Implementation and change lessons from direct experience of involvement description of involvement in a research project
Date Entered: 2018/09/19
Date Edited: 2018/09/19