Research on health and social care should involve patients, service users, carers and members of the public with different experiences.
The Inclusive Involvement in Research for Practice Led Health and Social Care theme aims to find the best ways of doing this. We want to work inclusively with people in communities and will work together (“co-design”) with the public – to design, carry out, share and implement research findings.
Our team includes:
- members from community
- service user led and voluntary groups
- universities who will build on CLAHRC EoE Patient and Public Involvement theme work
We aim to:
- identify research topics and use methods that will be of wide interest and relevant to people from East of England communities, other regions and nationally.
- IIRP01: Community Engagement and Scoping in Thurrock
- IIRP02: Understanding Members’ Experiences of Service Involvement at Centre 81: A Co-Created Social Care Service for Adults with Disabilities
- IIRP03: Building a health and wellbeing research partnership with children and their families living in deprived neighbourhoods in Stevenage
- IIRP04: UndersTanding the distinct challenges for Nurses in Care Homes: LeaRnIng from CoVid-19 to support resiliencE and mental wellbeing (THRIVE)
- IIRP05: Exploring access to healthcare with Gypsies, Roma and Traveller communities living in the East of England
- IIRP06: Understanding the meaningful community connections that improve individual and collective Health and Wellbeing at the hyperlocal level
- IIRP07: Peri-operative Enhanced Recovery hip FracturE Care of paTiEnts with Dementia (To develop and test an enhanced recovery pathway for people with dementia who fracture their hip. )