Advisors in Public Research are wanted for the UCL-Study User Review Panel (SURP)
PPI group for family/friends and people living with dementia who would like to be meaningfully involved in research.
We are looking for people who have an interest in talking about research by attending meetings in London (3-4 times a year). Currently, two studies are in need for advisors: one about surveillance technologies such as GPS trackers and empowerment. The second about dementia diagnosis. Advisors can choose where and how to be involved.
10th January 2018
10th September 2018
UCL-Study User Review Panel (SURP)
At University College London we are starting a new group for people living with dementia and family/friends who would like to be meaningfully involved in research.
We are inviting people to act as research advisors.
As a member of UCL-SURP you will be involved in influencing research as it happens in the field of dementia at UCL. UCL-SURP is based at the Research Department of Clinical, Educational and Health Psychology at UCL, London.
Identifying and prioritising
Designing and managing
Advisors are able to access support and advice from Jem Bhatt (UCL-SURP Organiser) via email, telephone or in person. When needed the team will provide advisors with appropriate documents such as literature, glossaries of terminology, and we will support involvement by asking for regular feedback.
Reimbursements are in accordance with the INVOLVE1 (2012) guidelines. Advisors on this project will be reimbursed for their time this includes travel expenses and out-of-pocket expenses. Refreshments will be provided where appropriate. Half day involvement £75 and full day involvement is £150.
Advisors on this project will be reimbursed for their time this includes travel expenses and out-of-pocket expenses