Covers Public Involvement in the following stages of the research cycle: Undertaking and Analysing, Disseminating, Implementing and Evaluating.
#5 Completing the Research Cycle with Public Involvement (15th May 2019 10:00-12:30), St Mary's Campus, School of Medicine, Norfolk Place, London W2 1PG (Building 5, Room G64A Ground Floor). For map please see here. Entry via door with security guard.
Patients and the public can be involved in a variety of ways in the following stages of the research cycle: Undertaking and Analysing research; Dissemination (of results); Evaluating public involvement and Implementing research. We will cover the benefits of involving people in these areas and will share examples of activities that can be used in your own research. This session is aimed at those with a basic to intermediate knowledge of public involvement and/or who have already completed “Public Involvement – The Basics” and ideally “Public Involvement Early in the Research Cycle”.
*All sessions co-delivered with members of the public. *
Please note that these training sessions have been designed as a series and we recommend that people attend as many as possible. Places will be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis, but priority will be given to researchers and members of the public affiliated to the NIHR Imperial Biomedical Research Centre (BRC), Patient Experience Research Centre (PERC) or Imperial Clinical Trials Unit (ICTU). If you are a member of the public who is not affiliated with Imperial College, you may also be able to attend if there are spaces available.
As sessions work best with equal numbers of researchers and members of the public, we allocate an equal number of places to each category of attendee. Therefore, you may be informed after registration that the places for researchers or members of the public are full which will mean you will need to register for the next available session.
Failure to attend
If you are an Imperial College or Trust employee, your department will be charged if you fail to attend this session and you do not provide 48 hours’ notice. Upon registration you will be asked to provide your line manager's email address indicating that you have received approval to attend this session and the charge for non-attendance is acknowledged.
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We are able to provide you with a certificate of attendance for this training.
4 June 2019 (10:00-12:30), St Mary's Campus, Commitee Room, Ground Floor, School of Medicine, Norfolk Place, London W2 1PG.