Why should we measure the impact of patient and public involvement?


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  • Impact and evaluation

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  • Gary Hickey

Publication date:

  • 29th November 2023

Date added to Learning for Involvement:

  • 11th December 2023
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Measuring the impact of patient and public involvement (PPI) activities in research is increasingly expected and one of the UK public involvement standards. This blog post focuses on the importance of measuring impact to improve how the public is involved in research.

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