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Engaging patients or the general public to enrich your research

Involving patients or the general public can benefit preclinical and health research, bringing new insights and perspectives, making the research more relevant to society, and promoting the uptake of research findings.

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Film: Patient and Public Involvement in Research

TARG Bristol: PPI is where patients, members of the public or people with lived experience are actively involved in research projects and with research organisations. Their involvement can help shape how research is designed, conducted and communicated with the public.