Patient and public stories

Involving patients in their own safety - webinar

Organised by the Health Foundation, the webinar discussed involving patients in their own safety. 

Speakers include:

  • Professor Bryony Dean-Franklin, Executive Lead Pharmacist (Research), Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust.
  • Dr Sara Garfield, Research Pharmacist, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust.
  • Professor Pam Dawson, Associate Dean, Health and Life Sciences, Northumbria University.
  • Dr Jason Scott, Research Associate, University of Newcastle
  • Helen Crisp, Assistant Director of Research, the Health Foundation.
Involving patients in their own safety

Involving patients in their own safety - webinar

How IMPRESS and PRoSOCT involved patients in their research

Organised by the Health Foundation, the webinar discussed involving patients in their own safety. 

Speakers include:

  • Professor Bryony Dean-Franklin, Executive Lead Pharmacist (Research), Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust.
  • Dr Sara Garfield, Research Pharmacist, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust.
  • Professor Pam Dawson, Associate Dean, Health and Life Sciences, Northumbria University.
  • Dr Jason Scott, Research Associate, University of Newcastle
  • Helen Crisp, Assistant Director of Research, the Health Foundation.
PPIE Strategy Working Group

Patient & Public Involvement & Engagement Strategy

PSTRC is moving towards co-production

On 25 January 2017, a group of clinicians, researchers, patients and members of the public attended our Patient and Public Involvement and Engagement Strategy Working Group Meeting. 

True Cut

True Cut: Making sense of our mistakes

Supported by Imperial's Societal Engagement Seed Fund

In 2017, the Imperial Patient Safety Translational Research Centre (funded by the National Institute for Health Research) and the Imperial College Master’s in Surgical Education (in the Department of Surgery and Cancer) won funding from the Imperial College London’s Societal Engagement Seed Fund to put on a scripted reading of a play with a discussion afterwards. The play, about a young surgeon who makes a mistake during surgery, was written by David Alderson, a consultant Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) Surgeon based at Torbay Hospital. Torbay and South Devon NHS Foundation Trust also supported the project.

To read more about the project please click here.

Film Credits: Tom Walker Film 

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Floot

Asthma management app

Inpatient Medication and Patient Relationships

IMPRESS

Inpatient Medication and Patient Relationships

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Patient and public involvement

Why patient and public involvement is important

Working together

Working together

Co-producing our communications strategy

NIHR Imperial Patient Safety Translational Research Centre met with a diverse group of patients and public members to co-produce the communications strategy for the Centre.