Getting involved with research: Training for patients and the public

Thursday 7th December 2017 10:30- 15:30

Guy’s and St. Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust and Kings College London’s Biomedical Research Centre is offering this free one day training session which can help you find out more about how patients and the public in south east London can help influence our medical research.

What will the training cover?

  • An overview of the Biomedical Research Centre (BRC) and the types of research it does.
  • An introduction to the research process, from ideas to results.
  • The role of patients and the public in supporting research.

Who can attend?

  • Patients and the public who are already involved in research projects.
  • People who are not yet involved but are interested in finding out more.
  • People who would like to become advisors in research.

Where will it take place?
In the NIHR Biomedical Research Faculty on the 16th Floor of the Tower Wing at Guy’s Hospital.
We will provide lunch and refreshments. Places are limited.

The training will be facilitated by Patient Representatives; Sue Hampton-Matthews, & Alero Dabor.

To find out more contact Claire O’Neill, Patient and Public Involvement Project Manager or call 0207 188 7188 extension 53524