Category: Patient and Public Involvement

Taking a ‘less is more’ approach and not overwhelming audiences with too much information is ...

The Surgical Innovation team are one step closer to developing a list of baseline information, ...

Long COVID in children poorly understood by doctors

22 July 2021

The clinical definition of long COVID in children is at ...

BLOG: Making sense of consensus meetings – what happened next?

27 April 2021

Dr Christin Hoffmann from our Surgical Innovation theme shares our ...

Young people co-create COVID school study animation with researchers

30 March 2021

As most pupils have now returned to school following lockdown, ...

People in Health West of England launches trailblazing involvement platform

25 February 2021

People in Health West of England (PHWE) has launched Discourse, ...

BLOG: Making sense of consensus meetings

24 November 2020

Dr Christin Hoffmann is a Senior Research Associate in Health ...

Encouraging older people to walk more

16 October 2020

We are looking for volunteers to help us understand why ...

“Involving patients and the public in research adds a different dynamic”

18 September 2020

The NIHR Bristol BRC strategy group is made of eight public contributors. They meet with ...

Hundreds take part in study to support people with diabetes during COVID-19

17 September 2020

More than 800 people have now taken part in our UK-wide online survey to identify ...

“Our patient advisory group has been invaluable”

15 September 2020

The BRC’s Cardiovascular theme has been working with its patient advisory group (PAG) since 2017. ...

Young People’s Advisory Group – lockdown version

4 June 2020

At a time when COVID-19 has changed almost every aspect of life, we’ve been finding ...