About the event
You are invited to our East of England Public Involvement Forum Event ‘Public Voices Shaping Health Research: the what, the how and the who’ on Wednesday 7 June at The Maltings, Ship Lane, Ely.
- watch a local screening of ‘People are Messy’, an engaging film from the Theatre of Debate – with an interactive debate around patient and public involvement (PPI) in health research
- tour our pop-up village, with stands from local organisations – meet new people, find out about opportunities, and learn about the support available for public and patient involvement in the region
- talks from charities, NIHR INVOLVE and researchers – hear about PPI priorities and experiences, and discuss ways to increase involvement across communities
Who should attend?
Our event is for everyone – the public, patients, service users, carers, charities, researchers and all others wanting to find out more and have a say about PPI in research.
Hold a stand at our event
We are inviting organisations to join our pop-up village by hosting a stand. You can book via the register link above, or contact Lorna Jacobs to enquire (see below).
Find out more
If you have any queries about the event and/or interested in hosting stand, please contact contact Lorna Jacobs at CLAHRCOffice@cpft.nhs.uk