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Giving feedback to people who get involved about their contribution

Uploaded: 19th April 2018 | Topic: Capturing the impact of involvement in research

Resource was added by: Bec Hanley

This resource, developed by researchers at the University of Hertfordshire, gives guidance to researchers on how to give feedback to people who get actively involved in research.
If you use it or pass it on to researchers you're working with please let the authors know, as they are keen to improve it.

Arthritis Research UK involvement scoring system

Uploaded: 3rd April 2018 | Topic: Capturing the impact of involvement in research

Resource was added by: Bec Hanley

This slide deck explains a system that Chris Macdonald and his colleagues at Arthritis Research UK have developed to enable them to attribute scores to every funded research application to reflect the nature of interaction with patients and the quality of that interaction.

Chris says that although it's not perfect, it means that when you combine the score with other searchable and filter-able criteria, you can correlate scores with institution, individuals, type of grant, research call it was awarded in etc. ARUK can then analyse, assess and identify who needs support, who they can use for case studies or speakers at training sessions, or if a centre needs a slap on the wrist and an offer of training. They can also look at what are the most common types of involvement in certain types research or look across the whole portfolio over time to see how KPI’s (such as a simple ‘have they involved’) change as the community is better resourced and informed.

PPI support researcher feedback survey – Parkinson’s UK

Uploaded: 15th February 2018 | Topic: Feedback and surveys - research

Resource was added by: Natasha Ratcliffe

This survey is sent to all researchers who receive Patient and Public Involvement support from Parkinson's UK to capture their experience of involvement and the impact it had on both the researcher and their research (impact questions are in section 4).

Young Women’s Trust journey questionnaire – part 1

Resource was added by: Bec Hanley

First of three journey questionnaires that Young Women's Trust advisory panel members fill in at the beginning, middle and end of their 2-years on the panel. It's a great tool to measure how effective their involvement has been for them in terms of skills, well-being, how far they feel they have been listened to by different audiences and their future aspirations.