Our Lay Leaders
Our involvement activity is led by four strategic Lay Leaders who are key members of the teams delivering the research themes. They ensure the patient voice is represented in the research process and engage with local, regional and national groups and provide assurance that patients and the public are being appropriately involved in our research.
Find out more about our Lay Leaders.
Read about our Lay Leader Naeem Sheikh’s recent visit to Accident and Emergency to see a new piece of technology in action.
Safety in Numbers Group
Our Safety in Numbers Group is an opportunity to involve a larger group of people in our research. The group meets regularly to discuss our research but also uses different methods of communication such as webinars, email and social media to advise the Centre about its work. Please click here to learn more about the group.
Life during a Pandemic
Please click here to download the first edition; ‘life during a pandemic’ booklet which documents the experiences and challenges of our patient and public involvement members during the current pandemic we are all experiencing. Edition two; focusing on health and wellbeing can be found here.
Patient safety researchers views and experiences of Patient and Public Involvement and Engagement
Please click here to access the information sheet.
PPIE – what does it mean?
Click here to watch a video produced by the University of Bradford to learn more about how to find patients and members of the public for your research project.