We need your help to develop PPI training for patients and carers.
Andy Henwood (view his bio), Patient Involvement Facilitator within the Kidney Patient Involvement Network (KPIN) with Professor Nicola Thomas (London South Bank University) are organising a series of workshops to define what kind of training and support is needed by patients and carers who want to be more involved in research, quality improvement, service design and policy (PPI).
To recap, KPIN is about encouraging and helping patient and carers who are or would like to become involved and/or engaged with Health Care Professionals (HCPs) to work together to develop a more inclusive treatment environment via a better and more co-produced activities and treatments around Service Delivery, Quality Improvement and Research through:
Aims of the workshops
At these workshops we will also discuss the proposed future KPIN training workshop topic(s) and resource priorities.
Further details to follow.
Interested in taking part?
Please complete this short survey and give us your experiences of involvement or engagement with healthcare professionals and organisations, as either a patient or carer. At the end, you can let us know if you want to attend one of the workshops.
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