COVID connect: What more can the NIHR do to support research during the COVID-19 pandemic and how can the public support this?

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  • About research
  • Working with communities

Resource type:

  • Report

Publication date:

  • 1st January 2021

Date added to Learning for Involvement:

  • 19th April 2022
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COVID Connect brings together CRN leaders and members of the public to discuss key topics related to the delivery of research during the COVID-19 pandemic. In November 2020, six members of the public, including some who have lived experience of participating in COVID-19 therapeutics (treatment drug) trials in hospital, joined Dr William van’t Hoff, NIHR CRN Chief Executive to discuss what more can the NIHR CRN do to support research during COVID-19 pandemic?
Key findings: Research matters to patients and the public and they want to be involved. The NIHR should use COVID-19 as an opportunity to engage more people with research, and involve the public in sharing key messages. There is a greater role for public partners in the NIHR CRN, but also the public needs locally-specific information about research participation.

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