Training

Bringing People’s Experience to Life
Contact details

Carolyn Hughes

Training organiser organisation

Made by Mortals

Contact info

Jenny@madebymortals.org
07743406503

Cost

No Fee

Event description

Social enterprise Made by Mortals is excited to announce its first conference event for researchers and healthcare professionals. The Manchester-based event will showcase new and innovative ways of working in public involvement and engagement for research.

The free half-day event is called Bringing People’s Experience to Life and is being co-hosted with Social Care & Society, The University of Manchester.

This unique event has been created and designed specifically for academics, researchers, health and social care practitioners and commissioners to demonstrate how participatory arts practice can work within public involvement and engagement, professional development and service co-design.

Delegates will experience immersive audio, film, theatre and music that connects people and moves them into a place of understanding, compassion, openness and possibility.

The afternoon’s schedule will include community-led workshops, case studies and panel discussions. Guest speakers include Dr Paul Clarkson (Social Care & Society at the University of Manchester), Caroline Sanders (Director for PPIE, Health Innovation Manchester,) Dr Hazel Morbey (Lancaster University), Rob Conyers (Tameside Hospital) and Julie Farley (Oldham Safeguarding Adults Board) – with more to be confirmed.

Free consultation sessions will also be available to delegates to discuss how Made By Mortals can support and enhance their project.

Venue

Guide Bridge Theatre, Audenshaw, Manchester, , M34 5HJ

Start date & time

04/11/2021, 1:00 pm

End date & time

04/11/2021, 4:30 pm

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