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Contact cards have been developed for members of the public to share their details with each other, to actively provide and promote peer support without pressure. Those who have newly registered with the public involvement community will receive a set in their welcome pack. If you would like to request a pack of contact cards, please email us at email@example.com
This confidential service offers personal advice and support on how payment for time and expenses for public involvement might affect people in receipt of state benefits. For more information read our Benefits Advice Service leaflet.
General public involvement resources Links to other public involvement organisations and general resources which may be useful
‘NIHR Mental Health Research Network guide to finding and reading a research paper’ This guide helps mental health service users and their carers to access research into mental health (external website)
Best practice in public involvement This guidance sets out how you should present your information on public involvement within the Integrated Research Application System (IRAS), in a way that is most useful to Research Ethics Committees (RECs).
EUPATI Toolbox The Toolbox includes articles, presentations, videos, and factsheets around all aspects of a medicine’s development process, including how to involve patients in this process (external website)