Research User Groups

Listening is important to us

We are committed to the active involvement of patients, their carers, potential users of the service and the wider public in our research.

We run a number of different research user groups to ensure patients have the chance to improve the quality of our research studies and provide input to ensure our work is useful, relevant and of high quality. As a group member you will be involved in various stages of the research process.

We have Research User Groups in the following areas: