Posted on 27th August, 2014
PenCLAHRC is running a workshop aimed at members of the public, patients and carers to help generate new health research ideas.
PenCLAHRC aims to deliver high-quality health research that improves practice. They want to hear from you what research you think they should be doing because they believe that research should address issues that are relevant to the people using the services.
During the workshop they will work with you to develop your ideas and turn them into a research question that can be submitted to PenCLAHRC for consideration for funding.
You will also learn skills to help you ask important questions about your own healthcare as well as learn about opportunities to be involved in existing research projects.
Three sessions are available to book in Exeter:
Friday, September 5
13:00 -16:00 Tuesday, September 9
13:00 -16:00 To reserveyour space please email PIEXETER@EX.AC.UK All events take place in Room 005 at the Veysey Building Salmon Pool Lane
Exeter, EX2 4SG