To help us to achieve our strategic objectives, we have set up an implementation plan which maps out a series of projects we will undertake, you can download it here. We will continue to update this page regularly.
These are some of the projects we have already completed:
We provide free training to researchers on implementing PPI in their work. We constantly update and improve this and have recently undertaken a major review. You can read more about the training here.
We have developed simple documents to summarise our research projects for patients and the public.
Click here to read the latest publications.
Frequently Asked Questions about data
We developed a new page for the Guy’s and St Thomas’ website to answer any questions that patients may have about how their data is used for research. This new page can be found here.
Kings's Health Partners' Summer School
We run a week long Summer School programme for 15/16 year olds every year along with our colleagues at King’s Health Partners. To read more about the 2018 Summer School click here.
To enquire about the 2019 Summer School please contact Claire O’Neill, PPIE Manager, Engagement Lead.
International Clinical Trials Day
Each year, teams from all over the BRC and R&D come together to mark International Clinical Trials Day. Held on or around the 20th June, this event recognises the day in 1747 that James Lind, a ship’s surgeon aboard the HMS Salisbury, began his pioneering clinical trial into the causes of scurvy. You can read about our 2018 events here.
Research awareness survey
Our Clinical Research Facility (CRF) took part in a national project to investigate awareness amongst our patients, visitors and non-research staff about the research we carry out. The project was set up by the UK CRF Network to help to build both a national and local picture of awareness of research. This will then be used to find new ways of increasing awareness and engagement with the public.
You can download the poster here.
Evelina London Art workshop
In January 2017 a group of young people and their families shared their stories of taking part in research at Evelina London Children’s Hospital and turned their stories into works of art.
You can download the report and see all of the artwork here.