Patient and public involvement is when members of the public are actively involved in research projects and organisations. Researchers and patients/members of the public work together to design, carry out and report on research. This means patients are members of the research team as colleagues who bring their expertise based on experience of illness and treatment.
Are you a researcher?
Would your research benefit from involving members of the public? Do you need advice and support to make it happen?
Guide to involving the public in your research (66.76 KB PDF)
Are you a member of the public?
Are you interested in working with research teams to bring the patient/public view to their research? We can help you to find opportunities to become actively involved in health research.
Guide to getting involved in research (51.88 KB PDF)