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Can you share your priorities for improving the health and wellbeing of disadvantaged young people with us?

Our researchers are interested in hearing from people who work in youth organisations to hear what their priorities are for improving the health and wellbeing for disadvantaged young people.

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Engaging and working with young people: webinar recording now available

The NIHR Schools for Public Health Research, Primary Care Research and Social Care Research webinar on engaging and working with young people is now available.

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08Sept

Register now for the 3rd meeting of the SPHR Public Partners Network (PAN)

The 3rd meeting of the SPHR Public Partners Network (PAN) is taking place on Wednesday 8th September 2021 from 10am-12.30pm

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NIHR SPHR Public Partners Network (PAN): A report on the 2nd meeting of the PAN May 2021

NIHR SPHR Public Partners Network (PAN): A report on 2nd meeting of the PAN held on 13th May 2021
By Jean Palmer and Michelle Collins

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Celebrating young peoples involvement and engagement with research

A successful virtual event for all the young people’s groups and individuals who have taken part in public involvement and engagement activities within SPHR research over the last five years has taken place.

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13May

NIHR SPHR Public Partners Network (PAN) Meeting

Ahead of the SPHR Annual Scientific Meeting, PAN members are invited to a meeting of the SPHR Public Partners Network.

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How do we improve diversity in research?

Public involvement and engagement in research is not a new concept. Without members of the public engaging with our work as participants, we would not have advanced our knowledge and understanding of the social world over the last few hundred years.

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New NIHR Payment guidance for members of the public considering involvement in research

On 5th April 2021, NIHR launched a new guide for patients, carers and members of the public thinking about getting actively involved in research.  It offers answers to some frequently asked questions and suggests where you might get advice about your particular circumstances. 

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NIHR Benefits Advice Service for public involvement in research

This free, confidential and personalised service is coordinated by the Bedford Citizens Advice Bureau to support members of the public whose welfare benefits may be affected by payment for involvement.

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Improving diversity in research: webinar recording now available

A recording of the NIHR School for Public Health Research and the NIHR School for Primary Care Research joint webinar on improving diversity in research is now available.

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