PPI Resources for members of the public

If you are interested in finding out more about how you can get involved in research, you might find the information on this page useful.

Don’t forget we are always available to answer any questions you may have. You can email the team at: PPI@addenbrookes.nhs.uk

Click on this box to view a brief two page guide to Getting involved in health research for members of the public
Download this quick guide to involvement
A list of useful research definitions
click on this box to view Cambridge University Hospitals PPI panel joining pack
View the Welcome Pack for new PPI members
Find health studies relevant to you

The information in the documents above are also available as text only on the following pages of our website:
A quick guide to getting involved in health research for members of the public,
Cambridge University Hospitals Patient and Public Involvement panel welcome pack,
Jargon buster

‘Getting involved’ in research video

Our two-minute guide to what involvement in research means – for you and for health research

Useful websites

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People in Research

Opportunities for public involvement in NHS, public health and social care research.

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INVOLVE

National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) established this National organisation to support active public involvement in NHS, public health and social care research.

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NIHR Learning

A range of learning and support opportunities for those keen to develop their knowledge about clinical research.

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Health Talk

Stories and information on health conditions and the importance of patient and public involvement in research.

If you come across a useful resource, please let us know and we can include it on this page.
Send your suggestion and any details to the PPI team at the email address above.

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Events Calendar

Listing relevant events and training sessions for researchers and members of the public.