The event will focus on demonstrating the benefits of getting involved with social sciences research as a member of the public. This will be achieved by providing presentations from people with experience of being involved in health sciences research as a patient or a member of the public, and by hosting a discussions with members of the University’s Involvement at York team, as well as academic faculty who have used public involvement within their research. This will highlight the different avenues through which the public can be involved in research. This event will be hosted digitally to ensure accessibility both for attendees and those presenting.
The event will be led by the DIAMONDS research group at the University of York's Department of Health Sciences.
This event is open to all.
This event will specifically appeal to those who have experience of healthcare, either as a patient, a carer, or a member of staff.
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