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Katie's Team

Patient & Public Involvement shaping

Women's Health Research

Having a voice in Research

We are a community of people working to enhance public, patient and carer involvement in research related to women's health, reproductive health, pregnancy and childbirth.

 

We are a diverse mix of people of various ages, sexes, backgrounds and ethnicities who are experienced in public involvement and advocacy at local, national and international level. Most importantly, we are enthusiastic about making a meaningful impact for women! 

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We offer constructive feedback and advice on all aspects of women’s health to research teams and organisations.

 

This includes: 

-    Developing ideas, research questions or defining outcome measures

-    Collaborating on study designs, funding applications and plain English summaries

-    Considering ethical questions and advising on patient facing materials

-    Advising on protocols, study set up and troubleshooting problems

-    Interpreting study results and disseminating of study findings for maximum impact

What we do

In this way we can empower ourselves and amplify the voices of our diverse networks to shape women's health research. We speak from experience but also from reaching out to our family, friends and people in our networks who are not often heard (e.g. women with disabilities or language obstacles etc). 

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What we do

We offer constructive feedback and advice on all aspects of women’s health to research teams and organisations (e.g. universities, charities, NHS bodies). This includes: 

-    Developing ideas, research questions or defining outcome measures

-    Collaborating on study designs, funding applications and plain English summaries

-    Considering ethical questions and advising on patient facing materials

-    Advising on protocols, study set up and troubleshooting problems

-    Interpreting study results and disseminating of study findings for maximum impact

 

In this way we can empower ourselves and amplify the voices of our diverse networks to shape women's health research. We speak from experience but also from reaching out to our family, friends and people in our networks who are not often heard (e.g. women with disabilities or language obstacles etc).