Papers, articles, interviews and misc.

I have been asked to write or co-author many academic papers, articles and other documents over the years. As well invited to take part in various interviews, videos and other media that may be of interest. Most, but not all, have been about public involvement and engagement in health research. This is just a selection.

(Apologies that I have not had time to complete all the links)

International Innovation in 2013, blished by Research Media: p32_NHS_Involve  Also here:

Patient and public involvement in research: future challenges, Evidence-Based Nursing, June 2013.

 It’s plain and simple: transparency is good for science and in the public interest: the launch of Trials Simon Denegri and Helene Faure
Trials, 14:215 (12 Jul 2013)

Professional Standards Authority for Health and Social Care. Piece on compassion and humanity in regulation.  July 2014,

Piece about NIHR approach to public involvement in Research Fortnight (Jan 2015)

There should be only one priority in clinical research – to put the needs of the consumer first:  Clinical Investigation Vol. 5, No. 8, Pages 677-679 , DOI 10.4155/cli.15.32 (doi:10.4155/cli.15.32)

It’s plain and simple: transparency is good for science and in the public interest: the launch of Trials Simon Denegri and Helene FaureTrials, 14:215 (12 Jul 2013)

Engage more cohort patients in research. / Lucas, Patricia; Leggett, Maggie; Denegri, Simon. In: Nature, Vol. 514, No. 7524, 30.10.2014, p. 567.

Public and patient involvement in paediatric research Arch Dis Child Educ Pract Ed 2016;101:3 158-161 Published Online First: 22 January 2016

‘The Edgewalkers’ -series of videos on leadership philosophy and style commissioned by NHS R&D North West on leadership. Part One . Part Two.

Hospitals should be at the heart of Britain’s world-beating partnership with patients in research Future Hosp J June 2016 3:139-141; doi:10.7861/futurehosp.3-2-139 

Industry links with patient organisations  BMJ 2017; 356:j1251 doi: (Published 14 March 2017) (Co-author)

Simon Denegri: Is a better public debate about patient data on the horizon? BMJ Opinion, April 2017

GRIPP2 reporting checklists: tools to improve reporting of patient and public involvement in research BMJ 2017; 358:j3453 doi: (Published 02 August 2017) (Co-author)

Simon Denegri, ‘Piloting public involvement,’ profile in the BMJ, January 2018.

Patients’ roles and rights in research, BMJ 2018; 362 doi: (Published 25 July 2018)Cite this as: BMJ 2018;362:k3193

Courage, dear funder, courage, BMJ Opinion Piece, October 2019.