Blog: Being a Chair and why patients are just as good at it #researchgovernance

A head-hunter has written to me this morning - as they have to many others no doubt - asking whether I know of any good 'research' candidates to Chair a panel looking at research into patient and family experience. My first thought? To ask why the client thinks it's vital for someone with research experience … Continue reading Blog: Being a Chair and why patients are just as good at it #researchgovernance

The art of lay reviewing in health research: some pointers

A little while ago someone suggested that I write something about my approach to lay reviewing in health research. Not so much a 'how to' guide as there are lots of these and very good they are too. More, an insight into the questions I ask myself when forming an opinion on an application for … Continue reading The art of lay reviewing in health research: some pointers