Manchester CRF’s ‘What research means to me’ photography competition is a prize-winner
NIHR Manchester Clinical Research Facility (CRF) was delighted to win the ‘Innovative approaches to patient and public involvement/engagement’ poster category at the 15th UKCRF Network conference.
The Public Programmes Team, who lead patient and public involvement and engagement for Manchester CRF won the prize for their poster: ‘‘What research means to me” – Using a photography competition to engage patients, public and researchers with the work of the Manchester Clinical Research Facility.
The ‘What research means to me’ photography competition was held in 2018 to mark the NHS at 70 celebrations.
The winning poster highlighted how a photography competition was an effective, reliable and moving approach to engaging patients and the wider public with the work of the CRF.
Operations Director Helen Pidd accepts the ‘What research means to me’ photography competition poster prize on behalf of Manchester CRF.