Case studies of how to conduct impactful PPIE for statistical methodology research

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Topic:

  • Involvement good practice

Resource type:

  • Case study
  • Video

Authors:

  • Laura Gray, Jonathan Broomfield, Freya Tyrer and the PPI-SMART group

Publication date:

  • 17th May 2024

Date added to Learning for Involvement:

  • 17th May 2024
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Description:

We have developed a number of case studies which demonstrate PPI in practice for statistical methodology research and the impact it can make.

We hope to grow the number of case studies and show the diversity of PPI input and types of statistical methodology research in the future.

For the case studies – the animations were developed with public contributors in mind, they focus on how PPI shaped the project and the impact this had.

The PDFs are infographics which give a bit more detail on the practicalities of the PPI activities and top tips on conducting PPI from the researchers themselves.

We hope both will be useful for methodologists and public contributors.

If you feel any of the information on this page needs amending or would like to request the deletion of this page, please contact us at publicpartnerships@nihr.ac.uk

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