Demystifying Patient and Public Involvement and Engagement in health data research: early lessons from a framework approach

  • Olivia Ross-Hurst (Participant)
  • Lynn Laidlaw (Participant)
  • Rzewuska, M. (Participant)
  • William Ball (Participant)
  • Johnstone, A. (Participant)
  • Norman Deans (Participant)
  • Joanna Dundon (Participant)
  • Claire E. Newman (Participant)
  • Lesley Bethell (Participant)
  • Dot Williams (Participant)

Activity: Attending or organising an eventAttending/organising Workshop, seminar, or course


We co-designed and presented at the workshop about embedding our patient and public involvement in the NHS Grampian/ACHDS Networked Data Lab programme - a collaborative network of advanced analytical teams across the UK working together on shared challenges and promoting the use of analytics in improving health and social care.


This interactive session aimed to demystify patient and public involvement and engagement (PPIE) and grow attendees’ confidence in applying learning to their own PPIE efforts. Emphasising a discussion-oriented approach, participants heard from staff and public partners about their PPIE journeys, approaches, and experience and had the opportunity to question and discuss these lessons in a more informal and conversational setting.
Period8 Jul 2021
Event typeWorkshop
Degree of RecognitionInternational