Diabetic Foot Ulcer Patient and Public Involvement and Engagement Group
Diabetic foot ulcer? Or are you a carer or family member of someone who has?
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We are looking for people who have had a diabetic foot ulcer and/or their carers and family members to join our PPIE Group or to take part in one-off involvement activities, including reading and reviewing patient-facing documents. We are flexible and will be advised by you and your preferences.
The group currently meet online 3 times per year for 2-3 hours at a time and advise on all aspects of the REDUCE research programme. Our aim is to reduce the recurrence of diabetic foot ulcers.
24th November 2020
30th January 2021
REDUCE Programme - University of Nottingham
Reducing the impact of diabetic foot ulcers on patients and the NHS (REDUCE)
The REDUCE programme is an NIHR funded programme grant for applied research. Co-led by the University of Nottingham and University Hospitals Derby and Burton NHS Foundation Trust, the aim of the programme is to reduce the recurrence of diabetic foot ulcers.
All of research
What support is offered?
Training will be provided, where required
As per INVOLVE guidance - £20 per hour
Expenses will be reimbursed where meetings or activities take place face-to-face. Currently most activity is online or by telephone.
Can the work be done from home?
Suitable for a beginner?