University of Salford
22-24 January 2015Other dates and locations
Preparing for Patient and Public Involvement in Research is a course designed to help identify good practice principles for the successful involvement of the public in research.
If you’re a novice or intermediate-level clinician or researcher, you’ll benefit from boosting your knowledge level through this course.
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In the patient and public involvement (PPI) research field, there is a widely recognised lack of training for both the public and researchers. This course has been devised to help address this need and is aimed at research-aware or active staff wishing to know how they can involve the public in their research endeavours. Future courses will be specifically designed for a public only audience.
Our previous workshops have evaluated 100% ‘excellent’, with feedback as follows:
The patient and public involvement workshop is aimed at researchers, research managers, clinicians and other staff who consider their public involvement in research knowledge to be at novice or intermediate level.
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During this training course you’ll learn how to: