This is another guest blog from Laura Atherton, one of the actors working on the ‘Whose Decision is it Anyway?’… Read more Guest blog – Forum Theatre: creating a shared space for conversation and debate
COVID-19 has had a huge impact on health research. Understandably, people’s priorities have shifted, whether that’s clinical academics going back… Read more Collaboration in Isolation
This week, I’ve been on a course at the Institute of Development Studies (IDS) in Brighton. The course was about… Read more ‘How do I know what will work?’ My thoughts on selecting a facilitation approach.
I’ve just come from a great workshop with PEPNET (The University of Leeds Public Engagement Practitioner Network), where we looked… Read more Exploring Involvement Practice…
I’ve just finished watching ‘The Trial: A Murder in the Family’. The channel 4 show is described as ‘a pioneering… Read more ‘The Trial: A Murder in the Family’ – Public engagement with a complex process
Complex power dynamics are evident in many of the contexts I work in. For example, research projects which bring together… Read more Powerful Dynamics – Post inspired by ICPHR 2017
My friend and collaborator, Laura Atherton, has kindly written a guest post for me! Laura is an Actor and is working… Read more Use of Self in Performance and Research – guest post by Laura Atherton
I recently attended the national away day for the Research Design Service (RDS) public involvement leads. Thank you to the… Read more Does Health Research Need More Creativity?
Last week I went to an event about trust within participatory research. The event was hosted by the University of… Read more Trust, Art and Research
As part of my role with the NIHR Research Design Service (RDSYH), I’ve spent many hours helping researchers plan involvement… Read more Back to Basics – planning public involvement