‘Amplifying patient and public voices – sharing results from our cardiovascular research priorities survey.’
This month we are shaking things up a bit and focusing in on some of our Patient and Public Engagement projects. Our Programme Manager Jackie MacArthur and Associate Director Michelle Williams will give an overview of the main findings from a recent survey in which we asked the public their views on future cardiovascular research. Jackie and Michelle will be joined by PPIE representatives Phil Blakelock and Julian Meldrum to discuss what the findings mean for cardiovascular research, how patients and the public can be better embedded in research, and explore some next steps. The webinar will be chaired by Samaira Khan, our PPIE manager.
The event is open to all, so please do join us and join in with the Q&A, we look forward to seeing many of you there.
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The BHF Data Science Centre is a partnership between Health Data Research UK and the British Heart Foundation that works to deliver the data and data science needed to address some of the most important challenges in heart and circulatory disease research. The Centre works with a wide range of partners including patients, public, clinicians, researchers and NHS organisations to help them carry out research using health data into the causes, prevention and treatment of all diseases of the heart and circulation.
BHF Data Science Centre
Improving the public’s cardiovascular health through the power of large-scale data and advanced analytics across the UK.
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