Public Involvement and Engagement
The HPRU in Modelling and Health Economics (MHE) contributes to and leads on a variety of Public and Patient Involvement and Engagement (PPIE) activities.
Our PPIE Strategy (pdf) sets out our vision and approach to public and community involvement and engagement. It reflects the lessons learned from the PPIE structure of our previous HPRU (in Modelling Methodology), and complements our Knowledge Mobilisation strategy.
Involvement vs engagement
We use the INVOLVE definitions for involvement, engagement and participation.
Patients and/or public are actively involved in the activities, organisation and governance of projects or units
e.g. representation on steering groups; development of research tools
Information and knowledge about research is provided and disseminated
e.g. public events; lectures; media coverage
People take part in a research study (as subjects / participants)
Our PPIE work is led by co-leads across the three Insitutes, with support and inputs from the HPRU Manager and staff across all research themes. Public Engagement activity is coordinated by the HPRU Manager.
You can contact the PPIE Leads by email here:
• Imperial College London firstname.lastname@example.org
• London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine: Anna Carnegie
• UKHSA: Dale Weston