Patient and Public Involvement and Engagement in The Faculty of Biology, Medicine and Health.
2019 was a wonderful year for the Social Responsibility and Public Engagement (SRPE) Team within the Faculty, full of exciting events, new training opportunities and celebrating achievements. Here are just a couple of our highlights from the year.
This year’s guest speaker was Jan Bradley, Professor of Parasitology from the University of Nottingham, who delivered her lecture entitled ‘From Man to Mouse’ in the historic setting of the library’s reading room.
Find out how we have created a training session for the many Public Contributors who are involved and engaged with our research and teaching.
All sorts of things have happened since the Faculty Social Responsibility Forum was held on 5th June so this blog is a general catch up as well as a report on the Forum meeting.
Public Contributor Kay Gallacher has recently been appointed Lay Chair for the Faculty of Biology, Medicine and Health’s Social Responsibility Public Engagement (SRPE) Forum. She will be writing a quarterly blog to provide an update on her role and the Forum.
Patient and public involvement and engagement (PPIE) describes the different ways in which members of the public can be involved or engaged in research and teaching. Public engagement describes the ways in which the activities and benefits of higher education and...
Welcome to the BMH Patient and Public Involvement and Engagement (PPIE) resource. We will be using this blog to update staff, students, and members of the public about PPIE within the Faculty of Biology, Medicine and Health (FBMH). The blog will be updated regularly...