Patients, carers and the public
Our research is designed to be of direct benefit to patients and to make sure that this is the case, we seek the opinions of patients and members of the public when considering the types of research questions that we ask. This is important because it helps to ensure that research is of relevance to patients, carers and members of the public. We also ask for input on how we conduct our research to make sure that it is acceptable and accessible to the people we wish to involve. Read more on this.
Are you interested in participating in research? We are often looking for people to participate in our studies. Take a look at our list of studies that are currently recruiting to see if you may be eligible to take part.
Our work focuses on the development of effective interventions for patients and NHS clinicians to use. We have a number of patient resources in development and we intend to make these available to the public in the near future.