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Opportunity details

Are you a patient/carer with experience of open surgical wounds left to heal from the bottom up?

Surgical Wounds Healing by Secondary Intention (SWHSI-2) Trial - Patient and Public

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Full description:

We are looking for people who have either had or who have cared for a person with a surgical wound left open to heal from the bottom upwards, to input to the management of our research study.

You do not need any previous experience, just a willingness to attend occasional meetings. This should not take more than 2 hours at any given time. You may be invited to review project documentation and processes and to support dissemination activities (writing up the research for a journal/website).

Date from

6th February 2019

Date to

31st December 2019


University of York Clinical Trials Unit

The University of York Clinical Trials Unit is running this research project (SWHSI-2 Trial) in conjunction with the Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust.





UK wide

Involvement type:

Designing and managing

What support is offered?

We will work with you to agree how we can best support your involvement in this study. This might include sending documents by your preferred method, or discussing and explaining key concepts or queries ahead of, during or after any meetings.


We will offer reimbursement of your time to attend any meetings.


We will pay for any expenses incurred when you attend a meeting.

Can the work be done from home?


Suitable for a beginner?