An invitation from the Health Research Authority (HRA): #patientsasregulatorypartners

Invitation to contribute to workshops about the Health Research Authority’s  Public Involvement Strategy The Health Research Authority is running two workshops to give people interested in our strategy an opportunity to discuss it and how we put it into action. We would like these to include researchers and research funders as well as patients and... Continue Reading →

Health Research Authority makes its pitch to patients and the public

Now, how does the famous saying go? Some are born regulators, some become regulators, and some have regulation thrust upon them. Yesterday our medical research regulator - the Health Research Authority (HRA) - set out its strategy for public involvement: http://www.hra.nhs.uk/patients-and-the-public-2/how-the-hra-works-with-patients-and-the-public/our-strategy-for-public-involvement/ Regulators are the modern tool by which Governments operationalise law. Years ago it used... Continue Reading →

Text of speech to INVOLVE 2012 – Public involvement in research: would you like that shaken or stirred?

Public involvement in research: would you like that shaken or stirred? So, ladies and gentlemen, there I was on Saturday afternoon, at the pictures, watching the new James Bond movie, ‘Skyfall.’  This was background research for today you understand; listening to Adele dolefully sing: ‘This is the end’ which is the opening line of the... Continue Reading →

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