Opportunity details

The use of Patient-Held Information about Medication: Join our advisory group

We are looking for three lay members to join the advisory group for a research project.

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Full description:

The PHIMed study aims to find out how patient-held information about medication (which we abbreviate to ‘PHIMed’) is used in practice, what helps and hinders its use, and what the important features are.

We are looking for three lay members (patients, carers and the public) to join our advisory group. Lay members will be equal partners in this group, bringing a patient and carer voice to the project, with their own unique views and experiences.

Date from

11th September 2017

Date to

2nd October 2017


University College London School of Pharmacy

The UCL School of Pharmacy (formerly The School of Pharmacy, University of London) is situated in Bloomsbury, central London, where it forms part of the Faculty of Life Sciences of University College London.


phimed lay partner application pack (2).docx



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Involvement type:

All of research

What support is offered?

• We will allocate a ‘buddy’ to you who will help you to get to know the project and give you guidance as needed. • We will provide training for data analysis. • We will ensure that meeting venues are suitable for all members, taking into account any individual requirements for accessibility.


£75 per meeting


travel expenses within the Greater London area reimbursed, refreshments provided

Can the work be done from home?


Suitable for a beginner?


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