Public Involvement

Involving people with relevant lived experience in research can bring about many benefits, including improving the way that research is conducted, designed, communicated and shared.
This will happen through the following four touchpoints:
1

Public Advisory Group
shapes the way we involve and inform the public in our work.

2

Data Access Public Review Panel
meets researchers applying to access data, question and review lay summaries and plans for engaging and informing the public.

3

Strategic Advisory Committee
features public contributors who provide guidance and advice on our strategic direction and future collaborations.

4

Public Involvement Network
where public contributors can support our work on an ad-hoc basis at times that best suit them.

1

Public Advisory Group
shapes the way we involve and inform the public in our work.

2

Data Access Public Review Panel
meets researchers applying to access data, question and review lay summaries and plans for engaging and informing the public.

3

Strategic Advisory Committee
features public contributors who provide guidance and advice on our strategic direction and future collaborations.

4

Public Involvement Network
where public contributors can support our work on an ad-hoc basis at times that best suit them.