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Participation Research Network Webinar Series - Abstract Submission

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The Participation Research Network - which is open to health and social care researchers, policy makers and
practitioners -  is pleased to invite you to submit your abstracts for presentations, to be delivered at our annual Networking event.

This event presents a valuable opportunity to share learning, best practice and exciting news about public engagement research and public participation projects with a health or care focus.  
 
In celebration of best practice in public engagement in health and social care service design, delivery and policy, the themes for this event are:

Good practice or innovative public participation projects in Health and Social Care, in particular methods or examples of projects engaging people facing/experiencing health and care inequalities.

Engagement Strategies - A number of NHS Boards are developing engagement strategies to help remobilise services. We’d be keen to hear of any examples of how an engagement strategy has been implemented or if there are examples of evaluating engagement strategies.

The future of public participation and engagement in health & social care?
Given the nature of the pandemic we’re also interested to hear if there has been any research or ‘think pieces’ on the future of public participation. Has the pandemic changed the direction or future travel of service user and public participation?


Privacy notice.
The Participation Research Network is supported and administrated by Healthcare Improvement Scotland – Community Engagement. The details you provide in this abstract submission form will be safely stored by Healthcare Improvement Scotland and will be archived for the duration and purposes of the Participation Research Network. If your abstract is accepted, it will be published online alongside details of the programme outline. In submitting this abstract, you are consenting to Healthcare Improvement Scotland holding and using your data for these stated purposes.