Patient and Public Involvement and Engagement in The Faculty of Biology, Medicine and Health.
The PPIE toolkit is a collection of information, templates and resources designed to support you with your PPIE, whether you are a staff member, student or Public Contributor.
On Wednesday 8th July, the Faculty hosted its first ever online Patient and Public Involvement and Engagement (PPIE) Celebration event via Zoom. Hosted by Dr Stephanie Snow and Kay Gallacher, the event welcomed 50 attendees including staff and Public Contributors.
The Faculty’s Social Responsibility and Public Engagement (SRPE) team hosted their first Zoom training session for Public Contributors, in preparation for the PPIE Celebration Event which was hosted online last week due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Meet our guest speakers for the Patient and Public Involvement and Engagement (PPIE) Celebration Event 2020.
This year’s winner for the ‘Best Contribution to Society’ in the School of Biological Sciences (SBS) was Jade Pickering, PhD student, for her forward-looking approach in involving the public in her PhD research investigating Parkinson’s disease.
Public Engagement describe the way in which higher education and research can be shared with the public. It is a two-way process, involving interaction and listening, with the goal of generating mutual benefit. In this blog category, you will find out about the...
To investigate how accessible the scientific language used by healthcare scientists is, the MAHSE (Manchester Academy for Healthcare Scientist Education) Patient Forum launched an interactive social media campaign on Monday 11th May.
For our first ‘Spotlight on…’ article, we would like to use this opportunity to introduce the Faculty’s Social Responsibility and Public Engagement (SRPE) team to our PPIE blog readers.
Learning about medical treatments can become dehumanised; often the thoughts and feelings of the patients come secondary to the scientific research. However, to fully understand radiotherapy, it is important to know about treatment from both sides of the spectrum, as a medical professional and also as a patient.
We love hearing directly from our staff, students and Public Contributors (members of the public who are involved and engaged with the Faculty's research and teaching) about their Patient and Public Involvement and Engagement (PPIE) activities. This blog category...