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Institute of Cancer Research: survey on access to new drugs
The Institute of Cancer Research have asked as many cancer patients as possible to fill out this short survey.
Become a member of the British Heart Foundation Patient and Public Panel
The British Heart Foundation is currently recruiting 15 patient and public representatives from the across the UK and international community to join their Patient and Public Panel.
Get up to speed on a Europe wide review of PPI
The Rand Corporation have just published the findings of study which looked into best practice, challenges, and impact
Read about how patient participation in clinical research can improve European health outcomes in cancer
Explore new ideas on how taking part in clinical cancer research can improve health outcomes for patients
SUCCESS comes from PPI in Wales
Read how people from this community contributed to a new model for getting the public involved in research
Have your say!
The Health Research Authority wants your views on their framework for good ethical practice
Join the Cancer Research UK (CRUK) Research & Strategy Cancer Insights Panel
CRUK are looking for people from throughout the UK to impact on their work through their experience of cancer.
Help more people take part in research! Take part in a quick survey.
The UK Clinical Trials Gateway makes it possible for anyone to find research studies and take part.
National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) launches new learning website
A free and user friendly hub for learning and development for patients and members of the public involved in research.
A fresh look at training newly involved people to work most effectively with researchers
Kristina Staley and her colleagues have piloted a new training approach for people new to involvement in research.
Attend the Alzheimer's Society Cymru Conference
7 March 2019 at City Hall, Cardiff
Involving the public in analysis of research projects
Learn about a research team who have pioneered the involvement of patients and service users in data analysis
In March this year, Welsh National Opera, in association with Taliesin Create/Swansea University, will start a new singing group
Making decisions about research for others – how can we support families?
Attend an event for people involved in research with people with impaired capacity to consent
Take a new NIHR online PPI course
This course aims to help share knowledge of patient and public involvement.
Help us tell the stories that make a difference
We need your help to spread the word about the life-changing research happening in Wales.
Watch a patient video in support of CMPath and tissue-banking
A patient’s perspective on using samples and data for research
Become a patient representative for Cancer Research UK in India
It's a chance to play your part in research which aims to benefit all people with cancer.
Film screening of Wonder and public talk
Wales Gene Park presents a moving and thoughtful film.
The BRIGHTLIGHT study: a success story for involving young people in research
More than 1,200 cancer patients aged 13-24 were involved from study inception through to secondary data analysis.
Get involved in helping to design and deliver cancer research in the UK
Have a strong interest in cancer research? Want to improve patient outcomes and experience?