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Understanding Clinical Research and how you can help to shape it! (for members of the public)

Mon 24 June


Join us for a 90-minute information session aimed at members of the public who are interested in getting involved in health research. If you are a researcher looking for information or advice about Patient and Public Involvement (PPI), please visit NIHR Cambridge BRC researchers training webpage, this event is for members of the the public.

The NIHR Cambridge Biomedical Research Centre is a partnership between the University of Cambridge and Cambridge University Hospitals to support health research that makes a difference to the lives of patients.

From new ways to diagnose, treat and prevent health care conditions, the aim of all clinical research is to improve patient care. Join this information session to find out about the different types of clinical research and the 'rules' and processes researchers follow to turn an idea into a scientific discovery.

Patients and members of the public have an important role to play in the research that we do, and this session will also look at how patient and public involvement helps to make our research even better.

You will hear from public contributors about their experiences and the different types of activities they get involved in.

So, if you are interested in science and learning more about clinical research this information session is for you.

Cost: free

Enquiries and booking

Please note that booking is required for this event.

if you are from outside East Anglia, this session will be of interest but examples may have local references.

Enquiries: Georgina Norris Website Email: gan23@cam.ac.uk Telephone: N/A


Live Stream

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Mon 24 June 1:00PM - 2:30PM


Free event for carers, patients, members of the public. No experience needed.

If you are actively working i research this online session is not for you
Address: Online
Email: gan23@cam.ac.uk