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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

involvement in reviewing applications for research funding

Uploaded: 1st July 2021 | Topic: Benchmarking, salaries, staffing and objectives

Resource was added by: Bec Hanley

This table summarises the different approaches member charities involve people in reviewing applications for research funding. It was put together by Sian Morgan at Blood Cancer UK in June 2021 – thanks to her and to the members who shared information with her.

Training and learning for PPI members – what CRIG members are doing

Resource was added by: Bec Hanley

This grid outlines what CRIG members have on offer in terms of training for Patient and Public Involvement (PPI) representatives/members. The grid does not list training for researchers. It is broken down into different categories and has sections for people who are new to PPI and those who are more experienced. It is a resource for CRIG members who may be looking to develop training for the PPI representatives involved in their work and who want to see if there are any existing resources that can be adapted, or for those looking to provide training and want to see if there is anything that already exists that would be suitable. If you would like to use one of the training resources below, please ensure that you let the relevant contact know before doing so.

For this to be a useful resource, we ask that all CRIG members add training that their organisations have available to this grid.

How does PPI in research add value for charities?

Uploaded: 16th September 2020 | Topic: Examples of impact of PPI in research

Resource was added by: Bec Hanley

We know that involvement in research adds value to research. This report looks at how it adds value for the charities that fund and support research.

Note that this version of the report is for members only. There’s a public version of this report in the news section on our home page. Thanks to Cat Harvey and Laura Piercy for their work on this.