A free series of keynote presentations highlighting the importance of patient and public involvement (PPI) throughout the research cycle, from design to dissemination.
PPI is gaining importance to identify treatments that better meet people's needs and are more likely to be adopted in practice. We are delighted to host four seminars by prominent keynotes in occupational therapy, mental health, social work, health demographics, education and national health governance.
Speakers will share insights on involving the public as partners to improve: relevance, quality, study protocol design and the communication of findings in health research.
Location: EB708, Executive Business Centre, Lansdowne Campus