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16th Floor, Tower Wing, Guy's Hospital

Great Maze Pond

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SE1 9RT

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Implementing Patient and Public Involvement in Research training, designed specifically for researchers, is delivered by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Biomedical Research Centre (BRC) at Guy’s and St Thomas’ and King’s College London, in collaboration with the Research Design Service, London (RDS).

The training workshops, targeted at researchers who are in the process of applying for research funding, are co-designed and co-delivered by patient trainers. This unique training provides researchers with an opportunity to discuss specific challenges that they face around PPI in their study designs and proposals, with experienced service users.

What will the training cover?

  • An overview of what effective PPI is, and is not, in the context of research
  • How patients and the public can be involved at each stage of the research cycle
  • Practical planning for effective PPI
  • Clarification on what resources and support structures are available via the RDS and the BRC.

Who can attend?

The courses are free of charge to health researchers and health care professionals across London.

Training for patients and members of the public

Specific training is available to patients and members of the public. Please visit the BRC website to find out more about Getting Involved in Research.

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