A team of researchers at Imperial College London want to hear your views and experiences of the coronavirus outbreak to inform the communication we share and the research that we hope to carry out during this public health emergency.
Public involvement in research often meanings sharing your opinions, perspectives, concerns and ideas with researchers to help prioritise research questions, guide research plans, shape the language used and material developed, and ultimately improve the relevance and impact of our work.
This would traditionally means face-to-face meetings in the form of focus groups and workshops. But in the current climate, teams are rapidly testing new ways to make these activities work remotely. No one approach will suit everybody, but we are interested to see if there is an overall preference for one approach over the other.
Please cast your vote on the options below, or share any other ideas with us via the 'Ask a question' button in the panel to the right.
If you have any other topics that you think the public should be more involved and consulted on, please send us a message via the 'Ask a question' button in the panel to the right.
Please note: Imperial College are not in a position to offer health advice. For all personal health and travel guidance relating to coronavirus, please visit the following sites for up-to-date health advice and guidance: