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Running hybrid involvement meetings

Uploaded: 30th March 2022 | Topic: Methods for involving people

Resource was added by: Bec Hanley

Hybrid involvement meetings (i.e. meetings that run virtually and in person at the same time) can be a good way to enable the inclusion and involvement of those who face barriers to attending a meeting in person, or who feel more comfortable joining remotely.
Here are soem top tips on running hybrid involvemnt meetings from five Shared Learning Group members who have run them.

English Unlocked – workshop recording

Uploaded: 26th August 2021 | Topic: Promoting diversity in involvement in research

Resource was added by: Bec Hanley

Here's a recording of a workshop to look at writing in plain English to encourage involvement of people whose 1st language may not be English. This workshop took place as part of a broader workshop to look at improving diversity of involvement in health research, held on 20th August 2021. Password to view this recording is !f9l5S33

Nine Basic Requirements for Meaningful and Ethical Child Participation

Uploaded: 13th July 2021 | Topic: Involving young people

Resource was added by: Bec Hanley

Save the Children has published a new and updated version of the Nine Basic Requirements for Meaningful and Ethical Child Participation. This is a key tool to guarantee high-quality child participation and will help to advance children’s participation rights in any initiatives with children. The Guide has evolved for over two decades and is based on what children have shared with adults over the course of many years. The material includes checklists and basic tools and is presented in an easy-to-read, colorful manner.
The guide is also available in French, Spanish and Arabic .
Also included within the tools is a preliminary set of ‘mini guides’ related to:
• Planning events with children
• Moderating events with children

Cancer Research UK Insights Panel Transparent Recruitment Process

Resource was added by: Alison Reeve

An example of document drafted by Cancer Research UK's Patient Involvement Team to support the recruitment of new Cancer Insights Panels (patient and carer groups). This outlines our process for recruiting more diverse groups of people.