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Andrew Smith 2m
Dissertation officially started now I've 'put pen to paper' so to speak. Looking forward to reading this paper by Clin Res Fellow at looking at importance of in
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Sandwell Advocacy 2h
We had some really nice feedback from an Independent Reviewing Officer when we recently supported a young person in a child protection meeting
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Bec Hanley Oct 20
Thanks to and Cat Harvey for their work on this report on how in research adds value for charities. Summary in the thread below....
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Kate Carr Oct 22
The team led and supported by are inspirational in the way they help others. Can you help them?
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Angela Bradshaw 23h
“By ensuring new tests are developed with people who have lived of disease, we will create more relevant digital data resources which could have real impact.” Walter Maetzler of looks to a future with greater public in research
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Shared Learning Group on Involvement Oct 20
There’s lots of evidence that in studies adds value. But does in research add value for charities? Our project () found 10 ways this happens. A thread. (1/12)
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Foodservice Equipment Association Oct 21
Find out more about the Circular Economy with Loopcycle, the FEA's newest member. Join us 28/10/2020 at 2pm:
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NIHR BTRU in Stem Cells @UCL💙 Oct 21
Members of our Lay Panel > a group of & members of the public are currently discussing a new name for us > What will it be? Stay tuned & you’ll find out shortly!
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CoalitiononMen&Masc Oct 21
, open positions, awards, and an opportunity to be heard by CMM? Yep, that’s right! Tons of ways you can get involved with CMM. All webinars are FREE for members and $10 for non-members.
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Ngawai Oct 21
Theresa Mullin on & at critical points in - Patient meetings are powerful for informing context w groups self organise & invite FDA reviewers - Patients lobby Congress directly - Need co-ordination
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Shared Learning Group on Involvement Oct 19
Interesting article by discussing challenges for in research. Top 3 challenges identified by researchers & partners: 1) infrastructure 2) building relationships 3) maintaining relationships.
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Foodservice Equipment Association Oct 20
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Miss Leek Oct 18
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Stago_Official Oct 18
technologies are being used increasingly in the world of , fundamentally transforming patient follow-up and care while encouraging their own .
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Rebecca Kandiyali Oct 18
Are you a health economist planning some ? Great to see this in 👏SW HE collaboration
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varun Oct 20
Telangana people are suffering from heavy rains , celebrities must see where money has been used , it is tough to involve directly but we have seen stars like donated masks before , just like that it will be satisfying
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Shared Learning Group on Involvement Oct 20
informs strategy & priority setting – e.g. through priority setting partnerships. This gives added credibility & accountability & prioritises areas that are most important to patients. (2/12)
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Leeds Involving People 22h
Leeds Involving People/Together We Can members are working with mental health/alcohol and drug support service providers in Leeds to get your voice at the heart of service improvement. Here is the link:
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Dr Amanda Stranks Oct 16
opportunity. For more information, please DM or email ppi@addenbrookes.nhs.uk. Please retweet and share with those who may be interested!
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Shared Learning Group on Involvement Oct 20
helps shape policy and media messaging – especially when times are tough – e.g. during (11/12)
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