Research design links and resources
|Your Research Design Service Journey
||Your Research Design Service (RDS) journey - You have a research idea What next? Find out how the RDS can support researchers at all stages of preparing funding applications.
||30 March, 2020|
|Co-production in action number two
||This booklet is the second in a series of publications highlighting co-production in action. It builds on INVOLVE's earlier work, Guidance on co-producing a research project by showing how the key principles and features identified are expressed in practice.
||20 December, 2019|
|UK Standards for Public Involvement
||Developed over three years by a UK-wide partnership, the standards are a description of what good public involvement looks like and encourage approaches and behaviours that are the hallmark of good public involvement such as flexibility, sharing and learning and respect for each other.
||20 December, 2019|
|Planning Public and Patient in Surgical Trials: Guidance for Chief Investigators
||The guidance provided on this website offers help to UK-based Chief Investigators of surgical trials. It provides advice on how to plan effective Public Involvement to enhance the recruitment and retention of trial participants.
||14 August, 2019|
|NIHR Health Services Research Toolkit
||The toolkit is for researchers who are interested in or already delivering research with a focus on improving the quality, accessibility and organisation of health services, and as such is applicable to a number of different clinical specialities. The Health Services Research Toolkit is a national resource which brings together ideas, guidance and support in one place.
||3 July, 2019|
|A research handbook for patient and public involvement researchers
||This handbook is written for patients and members of the public who want to understand more about the approaches, methods and language used by health-services researchers.
||22 May, 2019|
|INVOLVE: Learning for Involvement website
||This website is dedicated to learning and development for public involvement in health and social care research: what’s it all about and how to do it well. It brings public involvement information and resources (such as guidance, websites, videos, articles and blogs) and training together in one place.
||19 February, 2019|
|INVOLVE: Public Co-Applicants in Research – guidance on roles and responsibilities
||This guidance is intended to help: Researchers wanting to include a public co-applicant in a study, Public contributors wanting to become a co-applicant, Research staff who coordinate public involvement activities or advise on funding applications and those working in or with research organisations to review or process research applications. This guidance was developed jointly by the NHS R&D Forum, the Health Research Authority and INVOLVE.
||31 January, 2019|
|NIHR Complex Review Support Unit (CSRU)
||A service offering specialist expert advice for those producing complex systematic reviews. It can provide advice on methodological fields such as Diagnostic Test Accuracy, Economic Evaluations or Network Meta-Analysis.
||22 November, 2018|
|NIHR video highlighting arrangements in place to better manage excess treatments costs in non-commercial research
||Learn about how this will simplify and improve research arrangements to improve the future health and care of patients.
||2 November, 2018|