Patient Research Ambassadors needed to promote health research from a patient point of view
We have teamed up with colleagues at the NIHR Clinical Research Network (CRN) to support their Patient Research Ambassador (PRA) initiative.
The Network is looking for patients, carers, and members of the public who have taken part in research and who are passionate about it.
The Ambassadors will help improve how local people across the North Thames patch find out about and participate in clinical research and also help to increase awareness of the importance of supporting clinical research. The PRAs will play their part in ensuring research is patient and public focussed.
Examples of the type of work PRAs do are below –
Full training and support will be available. As well as a chance to learn new skills and improve how research is planned and carried out in your area you will be part of a network of PRAs.
To find out more contact CRN North Thames patient and public involvement manager Christine Menzies by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 0207 679 9763
You can read a role description here..
Read tne full 10 things you can do to promote health research document here