Webinar: Co-producing research: How do we turn principles into practice?
Niccola Hutchinson Pascal of the UCL Centre for Co-production in Health Research will be hosting a webinar exploring the practicalities and challenges of undertaking co-produced research.
This is the first in a series of webinars by UCL and INVOLVE and will be held 12 March 2019
CQC inspection framework – Support for clinical research further recognised
The latest news on the CQC project is now published with the significant milestone of the publication of the 2018 update of the CQC Well Led Framework (Trusts) which includes new research markers.
Researchers are ‘missing a trick’ with public involvement
Health researchers are 'missing a trick' by not demonstrating how patients and the public have contributed to the design and conduct of research, the HRA has recently said. In this article, Jim Elliott, Public Involvement Lead at the HRA, looks at the importance of researchers describing their patient and public involvement in enough detail to make the REC (Research Ethics Committee) approval process more straightforward. Dr Sheila Fisher, Chair of an ethics committee in Leeds, talks about the purpose of RECs and offers advice for involving the public in research.
For more information visit the Health Research Authority (HRA) website here.