This may be for a variety of reasons:

  • A desire to bring about change in health and social care services/treatments.
  • To have a ‘voice’ and be able to make a difference.
  • Doing something positive following a negative experience.
  • Giving something back after a positive experience.
  • To represent their community/communities or give others a ‘voice’.
  • Giving people a purpose/a role/an opportunity for personal development.

Click here to watch a video of one of our Theme Public Advisors, Karin Webb, talking about why she wanted to get involved in research.

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