|invoDIRECT - an INVOLVE resource
||invoDIRECT is an online map on the INVOLVE website. The map displays information on groups and organisations that support public involvement in NHS, public health and social care research.
||May 10 2013|
|Service User Involvement in Bipolar Disorder Research
||Rita Long, Service User Researcher at the Spectrum Centre for Mental Health Research, talks about why involving service users in research is vital for everyone.
||February 01 2013|
|Payment for involvement: a guide to making payment to members of the public actively involved in NHS, public health and social care research.
||An INVOLVE guide launched May 2010 and revised August 2012. A guide for making payments to members of the public actively involved in NHS, public health and social care research.
||September 28 2012|
|Patient and Public Involvement how-to guide
||The how-to guide is aimed particularly at researchers involved in NHS research especially those applying or thinking of applying for NHS research funding. Others such as research managers, service users and the wider public may also find the information u
||August 19 2009|
|Resources for Public Involvement in the research process
||This document contains links and resources on Public Involvment in the research process. It includes links on user groups, payment, ethics and reporting and dissemination.
||June 30 2009|
|About the NIHR Research Design Service North West
||These slides provide an overview of the NIHR Research Design Service and provide details about the North West region of this service.
||September 07 2012|
|Patient and Public Involvement: Developing training and support
||This resource is for people who are planning training and support for public involvement in research.
||August 02 2012|
|Public involvement in research:impact on ethical aspects of research
||This resource provides examples of the impact of public involvement on the ethical design and conduct of research.
||July 31 2012|
|Strategies for diversity and inclusion in public involvement
||This new supplement provides ideas and information to support the involvement of a wide range of people in research and to identify ways to reach out to members of the public who do not often get involved in research.
||July 31 2012|
|Making events accessible
||This web resource is for anyone who is organising an event and wants to make it accessible. It is a practical handbook to make any event â€“ whatever the size, whoever the participants â€“ inclusive, so that everyone can take part in the way that best suits t
||May 11 2012|