BRHUmB needs citizens who represent the diverse population of the West Midlands – including different health and social care needs, backgrounds, ethnicity, and culture - to help with the design, development, delivery and dissemination of research.

Citizens will be paid for their involvement (based on the NIHR rates - either by direct payment or vouchers) and we also have a budget for training if needed.

No previous experience of research, or particular level of education is required.

Citizens will work with the BRHUmB research team to identify the priorities for future research in palliative and end-of-life care and co-produce future research grants.

You can be involved as little or as much as you have time and capacity for.

If you are interested in this being a BRHUmB PPI member, please email:

[email protected]

or [email protected]

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