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Opportunity details

Patient and Public Voice Expert Advisors needed for research project advisory board

The advisors will review and challenge our work to ensure patient needs are always at the fore.

Link to organisation:

https://www.surrey.ac.uk/evaluation-independent-prescribing-therapeutic-radiographers-and-supplementary-prescribing

Full description:

The TRaDiP study is assessing the impact of prescribing by therapeutic radiographers and dietitians. Our project advisory board meets every six months (usually dialling in remotely) to review the project progress and provide guidance. We want to recruit two additional PPV expert advisors to provide critical feedback and represent the views of patients and carers. The advisors should have experience of healthcare, previously held PPI/PPV roles and have enthusiasm and willingness to challenge.

Date from

3rd October 2019

Date to

30th October 2019

Organisation

TRaDiP study at the University of Surrey

We are a research team working collaboratively between the University of Surrey, University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust and Brighton and Sussex Medical School.

Attachment

PPV expert advisors advert.pdf


Details

Topic:

All of health care

Location:

All of England

Involvement type:

All of research

What support is offered?

Our Advisors will receive an introduction to the project from one of the project team. All background documents will be provided in advance of any meetings. We will provide means for advisors to dial in to our meetings. If applicants have specific needs to enable them to participate please let us know so we can try to accommodate these.

Payment:

Our Advisors will receive payments of £75 for meetings of up to 4 hours and £150 for meetings over 4 hours duration

Expenses:

All reasonable out of pocket expenses will be reimbursed

Can the work be done from home?

Yes

Suitable for a beginner?

No