Did you know that members of the public across Wales are working with health and social care researchers to improve treatments and care?
From using your experience as a patient to develop a research idea, to helping decide which research is funded in Wales - you can make a difference.
We call this public involvement in research.
"Working for the good of others living with the same or similar conditions as you, is a very positive thing to do"
Margaret, Member of the Public
If you’d like to find out more about public involvement, visit the What is public involvement in research? page.
You can also watch the Cardiff University School of Medicine 'Why get involved in Research?' film.
Join the Involving People Network and use your experience as a patient, carer or service user to make a real difference to research in Wales.