Thursday, 10 August 2017

Would you like to work with researchers in Wales to plan and carry out research?

Are you interested in research
about primary care and emergency care?

PRIME Centre Wales are recruiting patients, carers and members of the public to be involved in research carried out by members of PRIME Centre Wales, the research centre which develops and undertakes research about primary and emergency care services. These are the health services you receive from your local health centre, at home or when you call 999.


They are looking for people with different backgrounds and experiences to reflect the diverse perspectives of people who live in Wales. They will offer an honorarium to acknowledge your commitment and reimburse expenses you incur by being involved. They can also provide a mentor to give support and advice to anyone who has not been involved in research before.


 Being involved in research means members of the public are actively involved in research projects and in research organisations, for example: in identifying research priorities; as members of a project advisory or steering group; by commenting on and developing patient information leaflets or other research materials. This is different from participating in research, for example: when someone takes part in a trial or answers a questionnaire.  





If you want more information and an application form please email Bridie Evans: b.a.evans@swansea.ac.uk who will email or phone you for an informal chat.

Closing date for application: 13th September 17


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