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Co-producing research with the Cambridge Patient Led Research Hub

Tue 25 January

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A live Webinar for patients, members of the public, charities and patient organisations wanting to find out about co-producing research with the PLRH.

Join us over the lunch period (with your food!) to hear from three very different charities who will share their journey from developing a research idea into a co-led research project with the PLRH.

As well as providing an overview of how research trials are set up and the methodology used, this session will illustrate how patients and families' important research ideas can be addressed. See plrh.org to learn more about the Patient Led Research Hub.

There will be opportunities to submit questions throughout the session, with time after the talks to answer your questions.

Speakers and panel
Prof. Miles Parkes, Director of NIHR Cambridge Biomedical Research Centre
Dr Rona Smith, Trials Methodologist for CCTU, Consultant Nephrologist, PLRH Director
Dr Sara Booth, Palliative Care Consultant, Lupus UK Trustee, has SLE
Allison Watson, co-founder of Ring 20 Research and Support UK CIO, mother of son with ultra-rare condition
Tess Harris, Chief Executive of PKD Charity, has PKD

Compère for the afternoon:
Laura Cowley, Patient Led Research Hub Research Lead

About the Patient Led Research Hub:
The PLRH was established in 2015 by members of the Cambridge Clinical Trials Unit (CCTU) from the University of Cambridge and the Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. We aim to provide academic expertise in all aspects of research design and conduct, free from a defined research agenda. This expertise is available to charities and patient groups to support patient-initiated and patient led research.

Cost: free

Enquiries and booking

Please note that booking is required for this event.

Cambridge Patient Led Research Hub event
email: info@plrh.org
Tel: 01223 274570
website: www.plrh.org/

Enquiries: Georgina Norris Website Email: gan23@medschl.cam.ac.uk

Timing

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Tue 25 January 12:00PM - 1:00PM

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