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Form and guidance for researchers who want help to find PPI contributors

Uploaded: 2nd December 2019 | Topic: About service user involvement in research

Resource was added by: Bec Hanley

Members of the Charities Research Involvement Group are often approached by researchers who want to find PPI contributors to actively involve in their work. Many of us ask researchers to complete an application form to help us to decide whether to share this request with our networks, and if so what information to share.
We've produced this guidance to help all members to produce or improve such a form.

Cancer Research UK Insights Panel Transparent Recruitment Process

Resource was added by: Helen Wilkinson

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.

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.