We actively involve people affected by dying, death and bereavement in the design and delivery of our research studies.
By sharing their personal experiences with us, members of the public help to ensure that our research is relevant to people’s needs and concerns, and that it is designed and conducted for maximum impact, directly improving the care and experience of patients and their loved ones. The public also make valuable contributions to our long-term research plans and interests, through involvement in strategic groups and discussions.
We are committed to supporting public involvement in our research and sharing what we have learned in line with the UK Standards for Public Involvement. We have recently developed and launched the Public Involvement in Research Impact Toolkit (PIRIT). We’ve made it freely accessible to support improvements in broader public involvement practice.
We are always looking for people affected by dying, death and bereavement to help with our research. If you would like to get involved, please email us your name and contact details and a member of the team will get in touch for an informal chat.
Marie Curie PPI
For information on the different ways the public can help with research, and to see opportunities to get involved in other research projects, please visit the Health and Care Research Wales website.
PIRIT is a set of pragmatic tools which aim to support researchers working with public contributors.