Tag: PPI grants

PPI funding proposals: How to win over our judges

The hardest thing about submitting a grant application is often not knowing what the judges are looking for. So, with the call now open for this year’s NIHR Imperial BRC Patient and Public Involvement (PPI) grant scheme funding, but the deadline fast approaching, we thought we’d ask both past winners and members of the judging panel to share their thoughts and insights on what makes a winning patient and public involvement proposal…

 

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Case study #4: Research priority-setting – how feasible is a festival approach?

In conversation with: Raheelah Ahmad, NIHR Knowledge Mobilisation Fellow
Working within: NIHR Health Protection Research Unit in Infections and Antimicrobial Resistance


What did you do?

Our team (Raheelah Ahmad, Tim Rawson, Enrique Castro-Sánchez, Esmita Charani, Luke Moore and Alison Holmes) set out to explore if and how citizens would be willing to take part in setting priorities for research funding. (more…)

Case study #3: The Healthy Start, Happy Start Study

In conversation with: Rachael Ryan, Research Assistant
Working within: Centre for Psychiatry, Department of Medicine

Our study website (www.happystart.org.uk) was just one of the suggestions that came from our Study Advisory Group.



What did you do?

The Healthy Start, Happy Start (HSHS) study aims to help parents better understand their child’s communication and behaviour, and to learn different ways of reacting. We set up a Study Advisory Group (SAG) and asked them for ideas on participant recruitment and materials. The group has developed over time to also consider how to explain different parts of the research to participants and how to best keep participants engaged.

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