International PPI Network: Learning Live webinar series

Welcome to this series of Cochrane Learning Live webinars, all dedicated to the topic of Patient and Public Involvement (PPI) in health and social care research. PPI is a rapidly growing, important global movement aspiring to produce better and more relevant research resulting in services and treatments that patients and the public need. For this reason, a number of organisations and individuals came together to form the International PPI Network.

We are pleased to be joined throughout the series by leading experts in this field, and you can find out more about each session and sign up to attend through the links below. You can also access the recordings of previous webinars below.

Sign-up for the series: 

April 28, 2020
Young people’s involvement in Health research
Jenny Preston, YPAG: The Young Persons’ Advisory Group
[more info and sign up available soon]

May 20, 2020
Patient and Public Involvement (PPI) in Ireland
Veronica Lambert, PPI Ignite, Ireland
[more info and sign up available soon]

June 19, 2020
Co-production: Arts, co-production in stroke and brain injury
Davina Banner-Lucaris, University of Northern British Columbia
[more info and sign up available soon]

Watch the recordings of previous sessions

No Choice of Outcomes About us Without us! [February 2020]
Paula Williamson, Professor of Biostatistics, Lead for the COMET Initiative
Bridget Young, Professor of Psychology & Co-Chair, COMET PoPPIE Working Group
Heather Bagley, COMET Initiative Patient & Public Involvement Co-ordinator
John Turner, Public co-chair of the PoPPIE Working Group
Maureen Smith, Patient Research Partner in a core outcome set study & public member, PoPPIE Working Group
Tess Harris, Chief Executive at Polycystic Kidney Disease Charity UK.
[click here for recording & accompanying materials]

Experiences from implementation of PPI in healthcare research in Denmark 2009-2019 [February 2020]
Mogens Hørder, professor, MD, DMSC, Department of Public Health, University of Southern Denmark
[click here for recording & accompanying materials]

Building trust and sharing power for co-creation in Aboriginal health research [January 2020]
Simone Sherriff, Project officer, Study of Environment on Aboriginal Resilience and Child Health (SEARCH)
Hilary Miller, Public health researcher, ReachOut Australia.
[click here for recording & accompanying materials]

Public Participation Impact: the other PPI [January 2020]
Eddy Nason, Assistant Director, Ontario SPOR SUPPORT Unit
Emily Nicholas Angl, Director of Health Engagement and Communication, Reframe Health Lab
[click here for recording & accompanying materials]

Stakeholder Involvement in Evidence Synthesis [November 2019]
Dr Neal R Haddaway, Senior Research Fellow
[click here for recording & accompanying materials]

Co-production in Action [November 2019]
Dr Gary Hickey, Senior Public Involvement Manager at INVOLVE, who leads on co-production.
Nathaniel Mills, Paediatric Programme Manager, NIHR Devices for Dignity MedTech Co-operative
Gemma Wheeler, Design Researcher, Lab4Living, Sheffield Hallam University
[click here for recording & accompanying materials]

Patient and public involvement in research: What, why and how? [August 2019]
Dr Gary Hickey, Senior Public Involvement Manager at INVOLVE
Kati Turner, Researcher at the Population Health Research Institute at St George’s, University of London 
[click here for recording & accompanying materials]