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Patient and Public Involvement in Research Workshop 1: the long and winding road
Monday 4 November @ 1:30 pm - 4:00 pmFree
Three local NIHR organisations – the NIHR Oxford Biomedical Research Centre (BRC), the NIHR Applied Research Collaboration (ARC) Oxford and the NIHR Oxford Health BRC – are running a series of workshops in 2019 and 2020 for patients and members of the public.
Each workshop will cover a different topic and explore ways in which patients and members of the public can get involved in research. You are welcome to attend as many or as few in the series as you wish.
These events are designed for people who are interested in how patient and public involvement can shape research. They will be most relevant for – and priority will be given to – people living in the Thames Valley area and those who are involved with or interested in the work of the three organisations leading the workshop.
Places are free but limited and you must register to attend.
Patient and Public Involvement in research: the long and winding road
Monday 4 November 2019, 1.30-4.00 pm
Oxford Quaker Meeting House, 43 St Giles’, Oxford OX1 3LW
Patient and public involvement (PPI) is increasingly recognised as an integral part of research and a rewarding experience for PPI contributors and researchers alike.
However, PPI in research is not always straightforward – research projects frequently evolve and may change direction altogether.
This workshop will be led by Julia Hamer-Hunt and Kome Gbinigie, who will discuss the many twists and turns in the journey of PPI in a research project from the beginning to the present day.
Julia Hamer-Hunt is lay member of the NIHR Oxford Health BRC Steering Committee (OH BRC) and Patient Co-chair of the OH BRC Patient and Research (PAR) Group. She sits on the Oxford Centre for Human Brain Activity (OHBA) Working Group, as well as on the ARC Theme 1 for early intervention in psychosis and service redesign.
Kome Gbinigie is a Wellcome Trust-funded DPhil student and a GP at a practice in Oxford. Within the Nuffield Department for Primary Care Health Sciences, she is attached to the Centre for Evidence Based Medicine (CEBM).