We believe that all people have a right, if they wish, to be involved in the organisation and delivery of health and health research. Through co-production, we will support the key stakeholders in our work to contribute to the development of better knowledge, healthcare services and products. In CLAHRC Yorkshire and Humber we are continuing to work with the patient and public involvement (PPI) groups and patient representatives who have been associated with the initial CLAHRCs as well building links to other groups, to establish and support new groups, projects which are recruiting new representatives and researchers.
We have a developed a PPI Strategy, below are our principles and Strategic Objectives.
Principles: Our approach to PPI within CLAHRC YH is based on two key principles:
Strategic Objectives: In 2015 the NIHR published the Going the Extra Mile report which challenges researchers to lead by example by working in partnership with the public to deliver high quality research; and was endorsed by the Chief Medical Officer. The report’s 10-year strategic goals form the core of our Strategic Objectives. We will seek to:
The full Strategy which is is designed to outline our vision for PPI and the actions that we propose to take to achieve this vision can be found here