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Opportunity details

Help inform clinical research funding at the British Heart Foundation

Want to use your experiences of heart or circulatory conditions, such as stroke and diabetes?

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Full description:

The Patient Advisory Group provides a vital patient perspective to ensure that BHF’s clinical research responds to the needs and views of people affected by heart or circulatory conditions.

We are now looking for more members to broaden the experiences and perspectives of the group, and to ensure they are representing the wider population of people affected by heart and circulatory conditions.

See more information and how to apply here. 

Date from

29th October 2019

Date to

2nd December 2019


British Heart Foundation

The BHF is the largest independent funder of research into heart and circulatory diseases and their risk factors in the UK. Our research spans everything from prevention to transformational treatments and innovative new services. We also work to influence decision-makers to drive change at a national, local and community level, and work with patients and the public to deliver better health and care.


PAG expression of interest form - Oct 2019 .docx



Stroke or cardiovascular disease


UK wide

Involvement type:

All of research

What support is offered?

To ensure you can contribute effectively in your role, you will be asked to attend a mandatory training and induction session. We will also assign you a key contact within BHF who will be in regular contact with you through email or telephone for information, advice and support.


Travel, accommodation and subsistence expenses will be covered.


We will reimburse reasonable expenses for travel and overnight accommodation where necessary and agreed in advance. We are also able to book your travel and accommodation for you prior to any meetings / training if necessary.

Can the work be done from home?


Suitable for a beginner?