Opportunities for Patient & Public Engagement at St George's Hospital
One of the research teams at St George's hospital is offering three potential patient/public involvement opportunities to hospital users who have experience of, or an interest in, infection, use of antibiotics, resistance to antibiotics etc.
Should you wish to get involved, the hospital will tell you a little bit about the research currently being done on things like antibiotic resistance and infection, where they want to take the research in the future, and will then get your feedback and suggestions.
The three engagement events that are planned are as follows:
Workshops at St George's - March 2018
The objective of the workshops will be to find out what you think researchers should be looking into, and to hear your views and/or experiences, especially if you've been treated for an infection (particularly a resistant infection). The workshops will be held at St George's hospital and the following 4 dates are proposed (depending on popularity/availability):12 March13 March26 March27 March
Please see the attached letter for further information and to find out the exact times for each workshop.
Active Involvement in Research Day, 2018
This will be a full day of activities, talks and information stands about how to get involved with research in south London. The event will be held on Saturday 17 March, between 10am and 4pm, at the Franklin Wilkins Building, Kings College London, Stamford Street, SE1 9NH.
For more information or to book a place, follow the link.
Public and Patient Involvement Strategic Oversight Group Meetings
The group is made up of researchers and members of the public active in different research areas across South London. Members exchange ideas and points of view on research projects and how patient involvement can improve. Meetings are held approximately once every three months and usually last no longer than 2 hours. Payment, plus travel expenses is available for some participants.
For further information on all of the above opportunites, see the attached letter or contact Cristina Suarez by email, firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 8725 5460 or 07580 280 504 (Mondays or Tuesdays, 10am to 4:30pm).