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How can we know whether our PPI has worked 'well'?

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PPI is seen as essential to improving the value and relevance of research, and the time, effort and energy expended to support it represents an investment in our research. But how can we evaluate the impact that our PPI has had, in order to know whether it has worked well and how it can be improved in the future?

This session is open to all research staff, but will particularly benefit researchers who have an established PPI strategy or are planning to incorporate PPI in their health research.

We will cover:

  • Why traditional evaluation is difficult for PPI
  • Planning for success
  • Monitoring and recording your impact
  • Why being clear and transparent about your PPI approach is important
  • Existing evaluation frameworks and tools
  • Reporting to funders and public contributors

'Tailored' PPI training for organisations

If your organisation would like to host online PPI training, we are happy to discuss this further with you. Please contact Amanda Stranks on amanda.stranks@addenbrookes.nhs.uk

How can I contact the organiser with any questions?

Please contact Georgina Norris email: gan23@medschl.cam.ac.uk with any questions

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Organiser Georgina Norris, Cambridge BRC, PPI/E Coordinator

Organiser of Evaluating PPI (for Researchers)

National Institute of Health Research (NIHR) Cambridge Biomedical Research Centre (BRC):

A partnership between Cambridge University Hospitals and the University of Cambridge. Based on the Cambridge Biomedical Campus, it combines on a single site scientific research in world-class institutes, patient care in NHS hospitals, and drug discovery in pharmaceutical companies.

 

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