Educating for Patient and Public Involvement and Engagement 3: Making the economic case

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Following two successful national events in 2011 and 2012, we are delighted to announce the third national conversation on EPPI/E.

This year's event will build on the achievements of the past two years when we have come together to debate and explore the complex field of patient and public involvement and engagement from educational perspectives. In October this year we will meet together to continue our conversations on teaching, learning and research but from the standpoint of making a persuasive case for investing in radical learning innovations aligned to the fully engaged scenario of the future.

We acknowledge the on-going support of E4PPI by the Higher Education Academy and other supporters. Although the national conversation on E4PPI is not a traditional academic conference, we do welcome contributions from all colleagues, including patients and service users who are actively engaged in work both within the HE sector, the community and health care organisations.

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We look forward to meeting you again at the event on 3 October 2013.

The cost to attend is £70 per person, including lunch and refreshments.

Book your place now (this link takes you to Eventbrite, a web-based booking system which is separate from the LSBU website).

Programme:

Our programme will be available shortly. We are pleased to be joined by the following people:

  • Andy Williamson, who made such a powerful impression on us last year.
  • Halima Khan, Director - Public Services Lab, National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts.
  • Peter Knight Deputy Director - Head of Research Information and Intelligence, Research & Development Directorate, Department of Health
  • Giles Wilmore, Director for Patient & Public Voice & Information, Patients & Information Directorate, NHS England

Further speakers will be announced shortly.

Contacts

If you are interested in contributing to the October event, please contact Ed Rosen at rosene@lsbu.ac.uk

For all other queries please email alison.jones@lsbu.ac.uk or telephone 020 7815 6934

You can join the conversation on Twitter by using the hashtag #E4PPI

Past conferences

The first conference was held in October 2011 and provided an opportunity to explore the educational implications of implementing patient and public involvement and engagement. We discussed many main central themes during the conference, download the summary of the 2011 conference (opens in new window, PDF 133KB) to find out more.

The second national conference on Educating for PPI and Engagement, kindly sponsored by the Higher Education Academy and was held at London South Bank University on Thursday 4 October 2012. You can now download an abstract of the 2012 event (opens in a new window, PDF 562KB).