Thursday 26th April 2018, 10:00-12:00pm
4th Floor, DCU Invent Building, Glasnevin Campus
Public and patient involvement (PPI) in research is research carried out 'with' or 'by' members of the public rather than 'to', 'about' or 'for' them (www.invo.org.uk).
At this symposium the Health Research Board (HRB) funded PPI Ignite project at DCU will be launched. This DCU project aims to support and promote capacity building at an organisational level for high quality PPI in health and social care research.
This overall project and initial symposium is important for health and social care researchers to engage with, as the HRB, alongside many international funding bodies, move towards the active involvement of public and patients as peer reviewers and the inclusion of PPI as a critical evaluation criterion for the successful funding of health and social care research in the future.
"Why, and when, should you involve the public and patients in your research?"
Olive O'Connor. Public Representative, Founder MediStori
"A case example of involving the public and patients throughout all stages of the research process: The Services after Hospital: Action to develop REcommenDations (SHARED) study"
Carole Mockford, Public and Patient Involvement Research, University of Warwick
"Sustainably embedding meaningful public and patient involvement in health and social care research at DCU, and beyond"
Veronica Lambert, HRB PPI Ignite Lead for DCU, School of Nursing & Human Sciences
Download a print friendly version of the invitation here.
Lucy Whiston, Research Fellow, DCU PPI Ignite, School of Nursing and Human Sciences, Dublin City University
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