Getting Involved With Stroke Research

Patient and public involvement in research means research that is carried out WITH and BY patients and the public, rather than TO them.

Examples of involvement in research can include:

  • Working with researchers to identify important questions for research
  • Offering advice as members of a project steering group
  • Commenting on and developing research materials and undertaking research

We will not contact you about being a participant in a research study.

Please share your details with us if you are interested in being involved in stroke research at UCLan.

UCLan will hold, use and process personal information in order to send you information about opportunities to get involved in stroke research.  We will keep your information for 3 years.

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Interest in Stroke Research

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