PUBLIC INVOLVEMENT IN RESEARCH, EVALUATION & SERVICE DESIGN FOR HEALTH
& WELL-BEING: A PRACTICE SHARING EVENT
10 December 2015 10:00 to 12:00
Pemberton Room, ScHARR, University of Sheffield, Regent Court, Regent Street, Sheffield S1 4DA
This interactive event will be useful for anyone interested in supporting the involvement of the general public in research, evaluation and service design for public health and well-being. We welcome members of the public and participants from any sector who consider themselves to be working in public health or in any area that has the potential to impact upon public health, such as: housing; police and crime; social services; education; planning; transport and so on.
- To share examples of varied approaches to public involvement within research, evaluation and service design
- To critically reflect on the challenges of public involvement, public engagement and co-production and discuss potential solutions to these challenges
- To provide networking opportunities for public representatives, practitioners, researchers and evaluators
- A series of short practice-sharing talks from different perspectives
- Small group discussions
- Panel and plenary discussion
Sarah Salway, Professor of Public Health, ScHARR, University of Sheffield
Louise Brereton, Public Involvement lead, ScHARR, University of Sheffield
Julia Cook and Martin Dudley, Public representatives, DWELL project
Friederike Ziegler, Urban Studies and Planning, University of Sheffield
Paula Wray, Public Involvement Programme Lead for NIHR CLAHRC East Midlands
Roy Darlison, Public Representative, School for Public Health Research at ScHARR
The workshop is free to attend. Please register your interest here by Friday 13 November 2015.
Places are limited to 40. In the event of over-subscription, we will allocate places to ensure a good mix of organisations, regions and areas of work are represented. Your place will be confirmed by Friday 20 November 2015.
Please email Viv Walker email@example.com for further information.
This event is supported by NIHR School for Public Health Research http://sphr.nihr.ac.uk/.