Opportunities

Opportunities for public involvement in NHS, public health and social care research

How to join in

 

An overview

Public involvement in research is when the research is carried out with or by members of the public rather than ‘to’, ‘about’, or ‘for’ them.

This includes, for example, working with research funders to prioritise research, offering advice as members of a project steering group, commenting on and developing research materials and undertaking research with research participants.

For more information, see about public involvement. 

See the latest opportunities to get involved as a reviewer here.

 

See the latest opportunities on the People in Research website

 

Adolescents and Young Adults with cancer

Are you an adolescent/young adult (age 15 - 39) affected by cancer?

Discover opportunity here.

Developing occupational therapy for sleep problems in schizophrenia and related conditions

Opportunity to contribute to the design and running of a project.

Discover opportunity here.

Taking photographs of cleft patients using 3D cameras - developing a patient information leaflet

This will involve being part of a consultation group to help design a patient information leaflet.

Discover opportunity here.

Wanted: Weight Loss & Diabetes Study Lay Panel Members

Lay Panel members in the Cambridge area required for weight loss study.

Discover opportunity here.

Quality Improvement Partner Panels (QuIPPs)

A new way for your voice to improve th quality of health and care services.

Discover opportunity here.

Peer Support Worker Identity

Doctoral study evaluating the Peer Support Worker Identity of those employed in the NHS.

Discover opportunity here.

Ensuring healthcare innovations and research findings are adopted: a strategy for heart and circulatory conditions

Share your views to shape our strategy for speeding up access to innovations.

Discover opportunity here.

A short survey - tell us what's important about keeping people involved in clinical trials

What are the most important questions about how to encourage trial participants to stay involved?

Discover opportunity here.