Doctoral methods course: Patient and public involvement in research 7.5 ECTS
Do you wish to increase the relevancy and accessibility of your research through Patient and public involvement?
Autumn 2022, we offer a course about Patient and public involvement (PPI) in research. The course will provide you with basic knowledge and practical tools for involving patients and the public in your research - in order to yield innovative and impactful solutions to the healthcare challenges of today.
The course will adopt a “flipped classroom approach” and focus on interactional activity based learning through discussions, debates, peer reviewing, and skill development. It will be led by Joanne Woodford (PhD & Assistant Senior Lecturer) and Chelsea Coumoundouros (PhD Student) who are both experienced PPI researchers within Health Care Sciences.
More information about the course:
The course is open for all interested doctoral students. The number of available places are limited and application closes on September 2, 2022.
Welcome with your application!
Joanne Woodford, course leader and teacher
Chelsea Coumoundouros, teacher