PPI Engagement Afternoon

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Wolfson Institute of Preventive Medicine

Charterhouse Square

London

EC1M 6BQ

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We are looking for people to help us think about the questions we should be asking in our research into Parkinson's disease, multiple sclerosis, and dementia. We have a particular focus on looking at the causes, and exploring the possibilities for preventing these diseases.

We're bringing together people who have an interest in these conditions, either as someone who has the disease, or has a personal or particular connection. We are planning an afternoon of informal conversations, so that we can find out what you think the priorities should be for our research. We're also interested in finding out your views on preventive medical strategies in general.

There'll be a short introduction to the Unit, followed by group conversations for each different disease, finishing with a general discussion for everyone. The whole event should last around an hour and a half, and we'll be providing tea and coffee.

Schedule:

1.45pm: Arrival, refreshments and registration

2pm: Introductions from the researchers

2.15pm: Disease-specific discussions. Please let us know when you register which group you'd like to join.

3pm: General discussion

3.30pm: End


FAQs

How can I contact the organiser with any questions?

You can reach Polly Rawlinson on p.rawlinson@qmul.ac.uk


Will you refund me the cost of my travel?

Unfortunately, we are not able to reimburse any costs associated with this event


Is the venue accessible?

The venue is on the first floor of the building, and is fully accessible by lift.


Is there any parking?

There is no parking available onsite. Paid parking is available in Charterhouse Square, a short distance from the venue.

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Wolfson Institute of Preventive Medicine

Charterhouse Square

London

EC1M 6BQ

United Kingdom

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