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CRUK reward and recognition policy

Uploaded: 3rd April 2018 | Topic: Policies to support service user involvement

Resource was added by: Bec Hanley

Gemma Altinger has shared this, but asks that THIS IS NOT SHARED. Please contact Gemma at CRUK if you want to share this policy. Gemma says that they will be doing more work around what CRUK's responsibilities will be with payments for people on benefits so the attached will be updated. She'll keep the SLG posted.

Guidelines for involving people affected by asthma in research opportunities

Uploaded: 6th October 2017 | Topic: Guidelines and good practice

Resource was added by: Bec Hanley

Researchers wanting to involve Asthma UK's Research and Policy volunteers in their studies must complete this form. Note there is an associated document "Application form for researchers wishing to involve people with asthma in research". Approved studies will generally then be posted on the Research and Policy monthly Bulletin and social media, or in some cases on the Asthma UK website.

Application form for researchers wishing to involve people with asthma in research

Uploaded: 6th October 2017 | Topic: Guidelines and good practice

Resource was added by: Bec Hanley

Researchers wanting to involve Asthma UK's Research and Policy volunteers in their studies must complete this form. Note there is an associated document "Guidelines for involving people affected by asthma in research opportunities". Approved studies will generally then be posted on the Research and Policy monthly Bulletin and social media, or in some cases on the Asthma UK website.

Paying service users for involvment

Uploaded: 4th August 2017 | Topic: Techniques we have used - MEMBERS ONLY

Resource was added by: Suki Westmore

Hi,

Here is a link to the document produced by SCIE that was mentioned at the last meeting.

http://www.scie.org.uk/files/co-production/supporting/aag50/ataglance50.pdf

You will need to create a SCIE account to access it which takes about 2min. There is another document that is more comprehensive however the link appears to be broken at the moment.

I have also uploaded a document produced by INVOLVE which they had out to everyone involved in their research.

You will see form both documents that the restrictions around permitted work have changed quite significantly, actually for the better though it's still complex.

I hope you all find them helpful.