22 Nov 2018
Understanding the impact of patient and public involvement in research: Making evaluation work for you
The Nowgen Centre, 29 Grafton Street, Manchester, M13 9WU
Thursday 22 November, 2018, 9am - 1pm
Manchester NIHR Biomedical Research Centre (BRC) Themed Discussion and Networking Event
Understanding the impact of patient and public involvement in research: Making evaluation work for you.
The BRC Themed Discussion and Networking Events are designed to provide all staff and students with:
- The opportunity to update their knowledge and skills on P4 Medicine (Predictive, Preventive, Personalised and Participatory)
- The opportunity to raise awareness of the breadth of BRC activity and thereby instil a sense of identity, collegiality and a common purpose
Aim of the workshop: To develop capacity amongst BRC & CRF researchers, research staff, public contributors and public involvement professionals, in terms of assessing and reporting PPIE outputs, outcomes and impacts:
Learning outcomes include:
- To provide an overview of national initiatives and thinking about PPIE impact & evaluation
- To explore evaluation & impact of PPIE from research and public perspectives
- To offer practical guidance and support when assessing and carrying our PPIE impact & evaluation
- National perspectives from Simon Denegri (Director for Patients and the Public NIHR) and Judith Williamson (Public Contributor Shared Learning Group on Impact)
- Personal perspectives on impact from public contributors
- Practical and interactive parallel breakout sessions
- Free lunch and refreshments
Audience: All staff, students and public contributors engaged in or supporting all P4 medicine research affiliated with the BRC, The University of Manchester and/or Health Innovation Manchester. Including but not limited to research staff, public contributors and public involvement professionals.
Accreditation: Royal College of Physicians CPD applied for.
Event contact: Jane Crosbie
Telephone: +44 (0)161 275 5542
The NIHR Manchester Biomedical Research Centre is hosted by Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust and The University of Manchester. In partnership with The Christie NHS Foundation Trust and Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust and is supported by Manchester Academic Health Science Centre driving research in Health Innovation Manchester.