07
Jun 17

Public Voices Shaping Health Research: “the how, the what and the who”

The East of England Public Forum annual event on Wednesday 7 June, The Maltings Ely. Online registration will open soon, in the meantime please save the date. 

This event is for patients, carers, members of the public and groups working with diverse communities in the East of England

Watch the acclaimed film ‘People Are Messy’ in the morning and join in on the discussion about the importance of the public and patient voice in shaping health research. Enjoy opportunities to visit our pop up village with stands from charities, patient and public involvement (PPI) groups, community groups and many more. There will also be the chance to hear from speakers with experience of engaging and involving diverse groups in their work. Keynote speaker Simon Denegri NIHR National Director for Patients and the Public and Chair, INVOLVE.

CONTACT: for further information and to be added to the registration mailing list, Lorna Jacobs: Lorna.Jacobs@cpft.nhs.uk or 01223 465188

This event is hosted by the East of England NIHR Public Involvement Collaborative (members include NIHR East of England Research Design Service, Collaborations for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care, Cambridge Biomedical Research Centre, Clinical Research Network and Brain Injury Health Technology Collaborative in addition to the Academic Health Science Network) in collaboration with the NIHR Clinical Research Network Coordinating Centre.

See flyer  Public Voices Shaping Health Research for further information.

 

07
Jun 17