PPIE Celebration 2023: Connecting and Communicating
Welcome to the 2023 PPIE Celebration event resource. Here you will find information, resources and examples of communication practices.
To find out more about our theme and guest speakers, visit our dedicated event blog.
- PPIE Toolkit – Contains information, templates and resources to help you with PPIE.
- PPIE Standards – Our Faculty PPIE Standards.
- Communication | NCCPE (publicengagement.ac.uk) – A resource exploring why communication matters.
- UK Standards for Public Involvement – Communications (google.com)
- Public Involvement how-to guide | Research Design Service North West (nihr.ac.uk) – A guide for researchers involved in applied health, social care or public health research.
- UKRI launches new people and teams action plan – This new action plan will support world class research and innovation teams and help to build a diverse and inclusive research and innovation system.
- Creating better adverts for patient and public involvement opportunities – This video is a recording of a seminar about creating better involvement/engagement adverts.
- Science/Art Collaborations- A Practical Guide – A guide to using art in science communication and research projects.
- Community Engagement for Researchers – This comprehensive guide offers practical strategies and best practices for building meaningful relationships with community members and collaborating on research projects.
- GlobalSCAPE Science Communication Workshops – A video guide on best practice in science communication.
- A beginner’s guide to being a Public Engagement Professional (PEP) – A short overview of doing Public Engagement.
- Inclusive Language Guide – A guide on how we can be more inclusive in our communication.
- Getting the message across: how can we share our research with everyone?
- Accessible social media training and guidance | NIHR – A guide on how we can ensure our content is fully accessible to allow the widest possible audience to be able to interact with and benefit from it.
- Social Media Practitioner (staff only) – This course will allow you to use social media professionally, stay on brand, and develop skills and knowledge.
- Talking Science: Content, Presenting and Recording – Guidance and tips on how to communicate science to a lay audience.
- SciComm Society –Getting Started with science communication
- SWIPE SciComm; the first mobile science communication magazine!
- Science communication in the biomedical sciences: challenges, opportunities and new approaches | NCCPE (publicengagement.ac.uk)
- Bringing fictional characters to life: reflections on co-creating a comic book with members of the public
- Connecting through science: Manchester Museum hosts British Science Week – An annual festival that celebrates and aims to foster an interest in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) for people of all ages.
- Brain games: Celebrating pioneering neuroscience research in Manchester – A public showcase of ground-breaking brain research that takes place at the Geoffrey Jefferson Brain Research Centre.
- PPIE Award Winner: Live with Scientists – a non-profit initiative devoted to providing equal access to science for everyone. They specifically reach out to people from underrepresented backgrounds, non-scientific communities, special needs families and younger generations.
- PPIE Award Winner: Doubleday Student Society #TheSmileBehindTheMask campaign – An innovative social media campaign aimed to help healthcare professionals and students on clinical placement to communicate more effectively while wearing facemasks.
- PPIE Award Winner: Chloe Quigley – A student who worked with stroke survivors and members of the public to develop and implement a PPIE strategy for Stroke-Immune Pathways and Cognitive Trajectory (Stroke IMPaCT).
- PPIE Award Winner: Lindsey Brown – A Public Contributor who worked with staff and patient representatives to develop a suite of resources to help postgraduate students develop their lay language skills.
- Don’t Brush It Under the Carpet – a Greater Manchester campaign – A campaign to reduce suicide rates in older people.
- Finding a voice – Voice & Communication Assessment and Therapy for Trans and Gender Non-Binary Individuals
- Capturing the stories of the NHS – An article celebrating the 70th anniversary of the NHS.
- Talking Science 2023 – Ewan Croughan explores nose breathing – Our winning entry in our undergraduate science communication, Talking Science.
- Talking Science 2023 – Veronica explores healthcare inequality – Our runner-up entry in our undergraduate science communication competition, Talking Science.
- Patient engagement in a national research network: barriers, facilitators, and impacts – A research paper which provides evidence of the positive impacts of patient engagement and highlight things that are important to consider in engagement.
- Telling Science Stories – What makes good science communication?
- The value of new voices in science and journalism, and what makes something memorable
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