PPIE Award for Valued Panel Member

Manoj Mistry wins award

Members of the NIHR ARC-GM and Health Innovation Manchester Public and Community Involvement and Engagement Panel (PCIE), bring a range of skills, knowledge and lived experience to research themes.

One member, Manoj Mistry, has served as a valued member of the panel since 2017. His invaluable contributions have extended to various research projects and teachings across the University of Manchester Faculty’s PPIE Forum, Manchester Academy for Healthcare Scientist Education (MAHSE)Doubleday Centre, and Primary Care Research in Manchester Engagement Resource (PRIMER) patient groups.

Manoj won the Individual Public Contributor category at the 2023 Social responsibility in The University of Manchester Faculty of Biology, Medicine and Health ‘Outstanding Contribution to PPIE’ awards.

Manoj commented:

“I was pleased and delighted to go be given this award. It would not have been possible without some of the outstanding individuals at The University of Manchester that I have worked with over the last 12 years”.

NIHR ARC-GM and Health Innovation Manchester would like to congratulate Manoj on this award, and on the valuable insights that he has contributed to vital work since joining the Public and Community Involvement and Engagement Panel (PCIE).

The University of Manchester has published a blog displaying the inspirational and outstanding commitment to Patient and Public Involvement and Engagement (PPIE).

You can access the full blog about Manoj’s award win here.

Find out more about our Public and Community Involvement and Engagement Panel here.

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