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Imperial College Young People’s Advisory Group

An opportunity for 17 to 25-year-olds living or working in North/West London to be part of an advisory group who will help shape and inform a variety of research carried out across Imperial College London.

  • Public/Patient Representative
  • Influence


We are looking to create a Young People's Advisory Group to help shape and inform current and future research across Imperial College that is relevant to young people.

Topics may include:

  • Mental Health
  • Flu
  • Asthma
  • Air pollution
  • Diabetes
  • Cancer
  • Being a carer

    and many more!

Volunteer Criteria

We would like to recruit 17 to 25-year-olds living or working in North/West London.

It doesn't matter if you have never been involved in research before, if you are interested in public health and want to play a part in making research more relevant to young people then please apply.

What will I be asked to do?

By joining this group, you’ll have direct contact with some of the research groups based across Imperial College London who are interested to hear your thoughts, ideas and experiences as a young person on a range of topics.

But we would like to give group members the opportunity to design how the group will work - what name you want to call the group, how you interact with the researchers and one another, and how often.

When and where?

Meetings dates are to be confirmed, and can be set by those recruited, but they will take place in London (Zone 1-2).

Will I get anything for taking part?

Relevant training will be provided and we will also cover reasonable travel expenses and payment for your time (usually £25/hour).

This is also a fantastic opportunity to share your ideas and opinions, meet new people and gain new skills and knowledge.

Additional information

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Opportunity image credit: Imperial College London, Thomas Angus