Admission Price: Please reserve a place by contacting Doria Pilling
Please reserve a place by contacting Doria Pilling
Speaker: Dr Dan Robotham, Deputy Research Director, McPin Foundation
This seminar discusses evolving approaches to involvement of people with relevant lived experience of mental health services in mental health research. Examples will be presented from the McPin Foundation’s work. This includes their use of peer research methods, development of Lived Experience Advisory Panels to inform trials, and their reflections on these processes. In this seminar Dan will discuss how the perspectives of people who have used services have shaped and improved research and evaluation.
Dan joined McPin Foundation in March 2017. He has experience of conducting and managing research and evaluation across NHS, academic and charity settings. Before joining McPin, he was a researcher and coordinator of Patient and Public Involvement (PPI) at the Maudsley Biomedical Research Centre. He worked at the Mental Health Foundation for four years. Throughout these roles he has found different ways to involve people with relevant lived experience in research and evaluation work.
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1.00pm - 2.15pmThursday 7th November 2019