Building Research Partnerships

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This course is delivered across the UK by trained members of the public and people affected by cancer. To find out where and when, please register your interest.

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Research is for everyone. Everyone can help shape the future of research.

Have you ever wanted to get involved with research, but don't know where to start? Are you a researcher who would like to involve the public in your research, but don't know how to recruit and train them?

This free workshop outlines the different types of research methods and terminology used in research and how the public can get involved as well as exploring the issues related to becoming and being a member of the public involved in research.

Why are we doing this?

Building Research Partnerships is an internationally recognised way of working that has been developed in partnership with the National Institute for Health Research Cancer Research Network (NCRN), the Public Health Agency (Northern Ireland) and the National Institute for Social Care and Health Research Clinical Research Centre (Wales).

We've worked with our partners to make our resources relevant to any type of health and social research, including cancer.

Our successful model of partnership working has helped support public involvement across the UK and we want to share our resources and let others build on our work.

You can learn more about our work in the Building Research Partnerships Report.

Who is it for?

People interested in getting involved in research and researchers interested in involving patients and carers in their research. This course is relevant to all kinds of health and social research, including cancer.

What will I get out of it?

An understanding of how patients, carers and the public can be involved at each stage of the research cycle.

How long is it?

1-day workshop from 10am until 4pm

When and where?

This workshop take place across the UK.

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