Opportunity details

PPI MEMBER NEEDED FOR PUBLIC HEALTH EVALUATIONS (PHIRST SCHEME)

Experienced PPI member from ethnic minority community to advise UK public health evaluation

Link to organisation:

https://nottinghambrc.nihr.ac.uk/research/gastrointestinal-liver

Full description:

Evaluate various UK community public health projects. The Public Advisory Group seeks a PPI member from an ethnic minority community to support the PAG’s role in providing advice/guidance to projects re: diverse & inclusive engagement + representation in the evaluations. Initially there’ll be approximately quarterly meetings with potential for further involvement. Time/Expenses reimbursed. See PHIRST Scheme for details
https://www.nihr.ac.uk/explore-nihr/funding-programmes/public-health-research.htm

Date from

20th June 2022

Date to

20th July 2022

Organisation

NIHR Nottingham BRC (Gastro & Liver theme)

The BRC is NIHR funded and operates in the City of Nottingham and surrounding area. We are the specialist theme for Gastro and Liver research.

We are supporting this PPI project in which our colleague Dr Jo Morling (MRC Clinician Scientist, Clinical Associate Professor and Honorary Consultant in Public Health Medicine), is part of a collaboration funded to evaluate various community public health projects across the UK. I am the contact for the Dr Morling and the Project PPI lead (Pam Rees)


Details

Topic:

Public health

Location:

East Midlands

Involvement type:

Evaluating impact
Reviewing

What support is offered?

PPI lead for this project is Pam Rees who will support all PPI members throughout this project. I will be your initial contact and will liaise with Pam and Dr Jo Morling as referred to above

Payment:

Unknown but assured by the Project Team

Expenses:

Unknown but assured by the Project Team

Can the work be done from home?

Yes

Suitable for a beginner?

No