It's a given - now - that good study design means a process of involving patients at every step, from the big questions like 'what shall we investigate', to the how and where and when, to the important details like the exact words in patient information leaflets and how people are welcomed when they arrive.
And there's a process to the process - or at least there was till Covid hit, and raised some big questions about how we involved patients in research during a pandemic. And the person to answer those questions in Nottingham was our latest Research Hero, Kate Frost, who's Head of Patient and Public Involvement at Nottingham's NIHR Biomedical Research Centre and Clinical Research Facility.
This episode was published for International Clinical Trials Day ##internationalclinicaltrialsday.
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