The work you do as a public partner can vary. Activities you carry out as a public partner might include:
• Comment on the design of research projects
• Help make documents more readable
• Support research teams in making decisions about how the research should be carried out
• Identify ideas for research
• Help with interpreting research findings
• Support researchers in sharing their findings more widely with the community
• Help shape the development of a programme of research
Qualifications & requirements
You don’t need any specific qualifications to be a public partner, we just ask that you bring ethusiaium to each activity.
The requirement for each project will vary depending on the nature of the project and how it is involving our public partners in its research.
Why should I get involved?
As a public partner in our research, you would be able to help influence our work to improve the health and quality of life of communities around England.