A framework for more equitable, diverse, and inclusive Patient and Public Involvement for palliative care research


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  • Inclusive opportunities
  • Involvement good practice

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  • Article


  • Sarah Mitchell, Nicola Turner, Kate Fryer, Jude Beng, Margaret E. Ogden, Melanie Watson, Clare Gardiner, Joanne Bayly, Katherine E. Sleeman & Catherine J. Evans

Publication date:

  • 8th February 2024

Date added to Learning for Involvement:

  • 15th March 2024


There are marked inequalities in palliative care provision. Research is needed to understand how such inequalities can be addressed, so that everyone living with advanced illness can receive the care they need, when they need it.
This report describes a research partnership between primary care and palliative care that aimed to: (1) create opportunities for more inclusive PPI in palliative care research, (2) co-design new resources to support more equitable, diverse and inclusive PPI for palliative care, (3) propose a new framework for inclusive PPI in palliative care research.

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