We want to make sure that the public and patient voice is included in all aspects of AWRC research.
That’s why we set up the Public Involvement in Research Group (PIRG). It’s a great opportunity to get involved in what we do and influence future projects.
The group will review ongoing research, funding applications, and ideas and products designed to improve people’s wellbeing. This will help us focus our work and find out what’s important to people in the community and beyond.
Can I take part?
You don’t need any qualifications or knowledge of research to join the group. A willingness to take part in discussions and tell us your views is all that’s required.
What will it involve?
To get involved, all you’ll need to do is:
attend virtual or face to face meetings three or four times a year,
read and consider research proposals, and
feed back your ideas
We’ll provide full training to help you learn more about our research and get the most out of your role.