Patient and Public Involvement in Research

Get involved

The newly formed International PPI Network will be delivering a regular programme of webinars that cover a range of issues related to patient and public involvement and engagement in health and social research in a global context.

Project overview

Learning and Development Opportunity: The International PPI Network have launched a webinar series which will open with an introduction to patient and public involvement in health and social care research. Acknowledging that different countries use different terminology, the presenters will explain how involvement in research differs from participation in research. They will also explore why patient and public involvement is important and how it can improve research. Finally, the presenters will share best practice examples and key tips on how to carry out PPI. The webinars are designed to be of benefit to people who are interested in understanding and developing patient and public involvement in health and social research. It will be especially beneficial to people in countries where PPI is not yet fully developed. Presenters include: Dr Gary Hickey - Senior Public Involvement manager at INVOLVE. Kati Turner - Researcher at the Population Health Research Institute, St George's, University of London.

Commitment required

Attend event e.g. interview, information event, focus group


Details

Access information about the International PPI Network and webinar series here: https://linkedin.com/company/18982263

Region

Regional

Register your interest

To book a place on this training, register your interest here: https://training.cochrane.org/patient-and-public-involvement-research-what-why-and-how. You will need a Cochrane Training account to sign up for the webinar. Registration for the account is free.