Tag: Public involvement

What does PPI look like in the Imperial NHS Trust?

Readers of this blog will be familiar with Patient and Public Involvement in a research setting. But what does PPI look like within health care services? Here Imperial NHS Trust Lay Partners Mariam Mohammed and John Norton share their perspectives. 

John and Mariam strategic lay forum

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Case study #1: LoL-Lab

In conversation with: Nathan Green, Research Fellow
Working within: HPRU (Modelling Methodology)


What did you do?

‘LoL-Lab’ was a collaboration between Imperial scientists and the public. We created and hosted a public ‘science comedy’ event, which was developed jointly with members of the public. LoL-Lab was designed to celebrate and share scientific achievements.

We aimed to connect researchers (i.e. biologists, epidemiologists, and mathematicians) with the public through light-hearted, plain-speaking 10-minute talks at an informal stand-up comedy evening event hosted by a professional comedian.

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