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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.

Notes of diversity workshop June 2017

Resource was added by: Bec Hanley

These are notes from the workshop we organised on 22nd June 2017 to share ideas and experience about how we could promote diversity and inclusion among the people we involve.
Thanks to everyone who shared their experience and to the working group who planned the event.

Slides from involving people in end of life care workshop NCPC

Resource was added by: Bec Hanley

This workshop was delivered in February 2017 to help inform others in the SLG about how to involve people with a life limiting condition or who are terminally ill, in improveing palliative and end of life care policy and practice

This was delivered by Louise Palmer, Community Involvement Manager at NCPC/Dying Matters, and Karina Christiansen, People in Partnership member and former carer of her partner Sally, who died in 2014.

A human rights and equality based approach to involvement

Resource was added by: Bec Hanley

This is a summary of a talk given by Peter Beresford to the Shared Learning Group on 15th April 2015. Peter is professor of social policy at Brunel University London and Co-chair of Shaping Our Lives, the national disabled people's and service users' organisation. This summary draws extensively on reports published by Shaping Our Lives called Beyond the Usual Suspects.