Hey Prof! We need to talk about feedback. It’s not about ‘closing the loop’ but learning together. #PPIFeedback #NewGuidance @CRIPACC1

If you haven't read Elspeth Mathie (@elspeth_mathie) and colleagues' excellent paper 'Reciprocal relationships and the importance of feedback in patient and public involvement: A mixed methods study'  in Health Expectations then I highly recommend a read over the next few days.   Their small but significant study  - which was funded by the National Institute for Health... Continue Reading →

Getting a GRIPP2 on public involvement reporting in research papers

More often than not, public involvement in research is poorly reported when it comes to the results of studies being written-up in academic papers.   That means we - the public, researchers, clinicians and all others involved in doing research - are missing out on the cumulative knowledge and experience of others on 'why,' 'how'... Continue Reading →

NIHR launches new poster campaign on public involvement in research #twosides @OfficialNIHR @NIHRINVOLVE

The UK National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) has launched a striking new poster campaign entitled #twosides to raise awareness of the importance of patients and the public to making health and social care research happen. There are three posters to choose from in the series and you can download or order posters here. These... Continue Reading →

Blog: some mental health research items inc. a new young person’s group being formed @McPinFoundation

If you follow me on Twitter (@SDenegri) you might notice that I regularly RT the work of the McPin Foundation which exists to 'transform mental health research by putting the lived experience of people affected by mental health problems at the heart of research methods and the research agenda.' It's a fabulous organisation. Prior to Christmas they... Continue Reading →

A new paper on ‘involving people with intellectual disabilities’ in the STOP #diabetes study holds lessons for us all

One of the things I feel incredibly fortunate about in doing my role is that people send me all sorts of interesting papers, articles, videos and other stuff.  I do get round to looking at them all, although it can take me a bit of time. More often than not something will bubble to the surface... Continue Reading →

A lab-based environment should be no barrier to public involvement in research #userinvolvment

I am often asked whether it is difficult - if not impossible - to involve the public in laboratory based research where researchers have limited or no direct contact with patients and the public. My answer is that it might be difficult but it can be done. And the benefits can be significant.  The real challenges... Continue Reading →

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