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Get involved

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There are two main ways to get involved in research – taking part in a research study or taking part in one of our patient and public involvement and engagement (PPI/E) activities.

You can also help fundraise for research, or even coming up with ideas for research that would help you, your family, your friends or the wider community.

How do I take part in a study?

If you are interested in your child taking part in a research study as a patient, please speak to your doctor who will refer you to the appropriate study team.

You can find out more about some of our current studies on our studies and trials page. You can also email our team evelinaresearch@gstt.nhs.uk

What is patient and public involvement and engagement?

In the Evelina London research department, patient and public involvement and engagement (PPI/E) is about making sure that the research we do is carried out 'with' or 'by' people just like you.

We hold workshops and events about current and upcoming research to make sure you are involved. This helps our research reflect your child's health needs and those of the wider community. 

Find out more

For more information or if you have an idea for a public engagement event or a research project, please contact us at evelinaresearch@gstt.nhs.uk 

To learn more about public involvement in research, visit the INVOLVE website. INVOLVE is a national government-supported organisation who help researchers and the community work together.


If you would like to find out about what other research is happening at Eveliina London please email: evelinaresearch@gstt.nhs.uk
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