Category: Autumn 2020
Expert by Experience – what does this mean? 15th October 2020
Wednesday September 23, 2020
Experts by Experience in Patient and Public Involvement: What does it mean?
About this event
This event is open to members of the public, patients, carers and researchers.
Patient and Public Involvement (PPI) is research carried out ‘with’ or ‘by’ members of the public rather than ‘to’, ‘about’ or ‘for’ them. Experts by Experience are service users or carers who are experts through lived experience of illness or services. Experts by Experience are one type of patient or public member that can contribute to PPI.
We invite you to take part in this interactive event, sponsored by the Health Research Board, which will explore the concept of Experts by Experience in patient and public involvement, what this means, as well as distinctions from, and overlaps with, other terms. The development of recommendations to assist in accessing and recruiting Experts by Experience in patient and public involvement will also be explored.
Tickets are free of charge, but places are limited.
You must have access to or have downloaded Zoom in order to attend this event.
Please note this event will be recorded so that the thoughts and ideas shared at the event are captured. Should you wish to turn off your camera during the event you are free to do so.
The event will commence with an opening address and welcome at 10.00 am.
Keynote speaker: Dr. Alison Faulkner (Survivor, Researcher and Trainer)
Panel discussion with:
Martha Griffin, Expert by Experience, DCU
Patrick Nwaokorie, Mental Health Engagement HSE
Dr. Louise Hopper, Principal Investigator of CAPTAIN project, DCU
Kara Madden, SAGE Representative, Patient Representative on Patient Safety Strategy
Followed by World Cafe
Closing address by Dr Jim Walsh, Expert-by-Experience and Training and Development Officer, Irish Advocacy Network
Public and Patient Bursaries
A number of public and patient bursaries are available to attendees. These will be provided on a first come first serve basis by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications must be received by September 30th.
Sophia Kilcullen, Research Fellow, DCU PPI Ignite, School of Nursing, Psychotherapy & Community Health, Dublin City University
My Home, My Sanctuary – November 2020
Monday September 21, 2020
‘My Home, My Sanctuary’
Start Date: Monday November 2nd. Format: Four Weekly 1.5 hour workshops, 11.00 am-12.30pm