Training – ‘Study designs in clinical research’ – 22nd June 11-12 & video on Patient and Public Involvement in Research

There is a training opportunity with the Royal Papworth’s research department. The training will be presented by Carol Freeman (Clinical Project Manager, R&D Royal Papworth Hospital) and will take place via Microsoft Teams on Tuesday 22nd June between 11am and 12pm.

This session explains some of the key study designs used in clinical research projects, describes the advantages and disadvantages of each design and considers how the results from different study designs are used to inform clinical and public health practice. If you would like to join please follow the link: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/study-designs-in-clinical-research-tickets-151197745527

For people and members of this group who want to find out more about patient and public involvement in research, you can watch a video of this presentation by following the link below to their website:

https://royalpapworth.nhs.uk/research-and-development/news-and-events/news/patient-and-public-involvement-ppi-research-training-session

If you have any questions after the presentation or you want to find out ways you can get involved in mental health and/or dementia research please do not hesitate to contact Iliana Rokkou at iliana.rokkou@cpft.nhs.uk.

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