The Medical Research Council (MRC) has published a refreshed communications and engagement strategy. There is a section on public involvement on P12 of the document which is the fullest narrative I have seen of their corporate intentions around this aspect of working in partnership with the public. It is a good document and important to... Continue Reading →

Breaking Boundaries review of public involvement in the NIHR – Update Ahead of #INVOLVE2014

So, as you can imagine, I am limbering up today and tomorrow in preparation for the INVOLVE Conference - 'Changing Landscapes' - which takes place in Birmingham later this week. That means sit-ups, press-ups, gargling water and mnemonics to remember the difference between participation, engagement and involvement and other useful stuff like that. It should be... Continue Reading →

We are in danger of running public involvement in health on Ryanair principles

Patient and public advocates in health and social care would make bloody good pilots. Year after year we ask them to help successfully land projects and initiatives in 'fuel critical' situations. They are having to carry more, and further. But for how much longer before someone has to declare a real fuel emergency? And a... Continue Reading →

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