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Thank you to our ppi contributors

New College, in Oxford, was where we hosted an event to celebrate the ways in which public volunteers have worked with CLAHRC Oxford over its first five years.

Feeling nervous anxious do you feel you must do some ppi but don2019t know where to start

PPI Co-ordinator, Lynne Maddocks, introduces our PPI case studies – real world examples from real world researchers who have used PPI and (sometimes to their surprise!) found it beneficial to their work.

The impact of training sessions for our ppi contributors

NIHR CLAHRC Oxford not only recognises the importance of public involvement to research but also the importance of supporting our public contributors to maximise their confidence and ability to contribute to our work and that of others.

What i learned from running ppi seminars

Lynne Maddocks, Coordinator of Patient & Public Involvement, shares her experience of piloting a series of seminars for our Patient and Public Involvement contributors, to help them be ready to shape the design, delivery and dissemination of our research.

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