Responsible Research and Innovation and Public Patient Involvement Workshop
5th Dec 2022, Oxford
Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) and Public/Patient Involvement (PPI) are tools that can help researchers think about the way they carry out their research, as well as about how they involve others within the research process. While both RRI and PPI exist as helpful ways of supporting researchers in their work in this way, often they are not found alongside each other within research environments, despite having many similar concerns. This workshop will start to unpack RRI and PPI, to investigate areas of commonality and difference, and investigate the different lenses they bring to participant-inclusive research. The workshop will focus on the topic of data ethics, consent and participant databases as a case study to understand how RRI and PPI can be applied in a specific research scenario. Two ‘masterclasses’ ,taking place on 5th December 2022 facilitated by our colleagues at the University of Oxford will familiarise workshop attendees with both areas and a shared activity will delve into how both RRI and PPI can be used effectively for this case-study. The outcomes of this workshop will help inform future approaches to responsibly managing and utilising large databases of participant data for clinical research as well as ways of sharing and communicating researchers’ responsible actions to engaged research participants.
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