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I’m always very chuffed when people ask for a copy of my presentations after a talk. Usually I am quite good at emailing them to people or asking the organisers to send them round.
Anyway, I have done a lot of meetings lately and thought I would post here copies of my slides from the last three in Leicester, Leeds and Nottingham. A lot of the slides are common to all but there’s one or two differences given the slightly different topics. Thank you for listening, reading. These can also be found on my slideshare.net site.
Breakfast workshop at Health Services Research Network Conference: 18 June 2013: ‘Why public involvement is the most important meal of the day?’
Talk to Local Clinical Research Network (LCRN) meeting in Leicester: 19 June 2013: ‘Making it real: patients and public improving health research’
‘Only connect: working together to improve research:’ speech to patients, public, service users, carers and staff from the NIHR clinical research networks, Leeds, 26th June 2013