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'People are messy' Film Screening

'People are messy' Film Screening


An opportunity to attend a film screening about patient and public involvement in health research.

  • Thursday 15th June 2017 17:00
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The National Institute for Health Research in collaboration with the Clinical Research Network North East and North Cumbria, The Newcastle Upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and The Research Design Service are hosting ‘People are messy’. 

The event will begin with a film screening of ‘People are Messy’, a Theatre of Debate production which shows the dramatisation of patient and public involvement within health research.

This will be followed by an interactive session involving a structured Q&A where the audience will be asked to participate and contribute to a national survey.  There will be an opportunity to find out about local initiatives and how you can get involved in health research.

Tickets are free but booking is required. Please click the I would like to take part button to access the external booking page.

Thursday 15th June, 17:30. Doors open at 17:00.


The Live Theatre
Broad Chare, Quayside
Newcastle upon Tyne

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