Public involvement in our research

Examples of how we work with members of the public and patients to inform and enhance our translational research in ageing and chronic disease

  • Impact Matters

    May 2016

    Researchers from Newcastle University and NIHR staff present the importance of public participation in making research impacts.

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  • Parkinson's Matters

    November 2015

    With support from leading charity Parkinson’s UK, we held a public event entitled Parkinson’s Matters, aimed at disseminating results and research findings in the area

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  • Arthritis Matters

    October 2015

    Supported by the NIHR (Newcastle) BRC, the Faculty of Medical Sciences partnered with Centre for Integrated Research into Musculoskeletal Ageing (CIMA) to host Arthritis Matters 2015.

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  • Ok to Ask campaign

    May 2015

    Staff from around Newcastle Hospitals and Newcastle University came together to get involved in a series of events to promote the NIHR national campaign.

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  • Brain Awareness Week

    March 2015

    The team at Newcastle Brain Tissue Resource hosted a range of fun-filled activities for members of the public to enjoy and learn about the brain.

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  • Genetics Matters

    February 2015

    Members of the public were invited to attend a special event to showcase Newcastle University's pioneering genetic work.

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