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EVENT - Co-producing research: How do we share power?

Duncan Barron, Senior Research Fellow at NIHR Research Design Service SE Patient & Public Involvement (PPI) Regional Operational Lead University of Brighton Centre for Health Research, would like to draw your attention to the following details of a patient and public involvement (PPI) event.

Following on from its success last year, the second #How2CoPro event will be held on 12th March at the Centre for Public Engagement, Kingston Uni in collaboration with INVOLVE & UCL Centre for Co-Production.

The key aim for the event is that attendees will all share experiences, and provide practical examples, of how power can be shared in a co-produced project. Attendess will also hear about various co-pro initiatives and opportunities that are already taking place.

More details can be found on the booking page: https://t.co/s8jjQFHldK

author: Lakshini Mendis

Written by Lakshini Mendis on Thursday February 21, 2019
Category: Setting up a study - Tag: event

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