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Time: 11.00am - 12.00pm
This webinar is aimed at health and social care professionals, policy-makers, stakeholders, researchers, educationalists, patient/service user groups, carer groups and community groups.
With the following talks:
Representativeness and Implementation: putting research into practice – Sophie Lowry, Implementation and Involvement Manager, Health Innovation Network (HIN) and Applied Research Collaboration (ARC) South London. Sophie works with colleagues across the HIN and the ARC to improve the implementation of health research into practice through the use of involvement. She has a background in the acute and community sector, and has worked on a number of transformation projects in South East London.
Patient and public representativeness in health and social care commissioning - Ali O'Shea, Research Associate, Centre for Public Engagement, Kingston and St George's Joint Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education . Ali has worked on research looking at patient and public involvement in healthcare commissioning decision-making and service development. She has also been involved in exploring stakeholder engagement and impact in the co-production of research.
Developing an involvement strategy: reflections - Savitri Hensman, Involvement Coordinator, Applied Research Collaboration (ARC) South London. Savi supports patient, service user, carer and public involvement across a range of research themes. She has also worked in involvement in health and social care planning and delivery, at local and national level, and been active on a range of equality issues.
Chaired by Professor Mary Chambers
Booking is essential to attend this event.
For further information about this event:
Contact: Anastasiya Stravolemova