Learning from Patients, Learning from Animals: translation in dementia research

Richard was invited to his paper present and to help lead stakeholder discussions at a workshop organised by AnNex, Animal Research Nexus, in central London
11th April 2019

Description from AnNex's website for their event "Patient and Public Involvement and Engagement (PPIE) with Animal Research-Scientist and Stakeholder Workshop":

We are holding a workshop in April 2019 to bring together scientists and stakeholders to progress practices that will enable people to have more comfortable and productive conversations about animal research within the context of patient and public involvement and engagement (PPIE).

The workshop will present further analysis from our recent report for the Animal Research Nexus Project and help develop outputs of value to the research community. We are looking for people to share experiences and help brainstorm the development of evaluation criteria, case studies, training guidelines, and other techniques to progress good practice.

The workshop will be held in central London. We have invited representatives from across biomedical science, research funders, involvement professionals, lay members, and others who have an interest and stake in understanding and developing these conversations.

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Milne R (2019). Learning from Patients, Learning from Animals: translation in dementia research. 'Patient and Public Involvement and Engagement (PPIE) with Animal Research-Scientist and Stakeholder Workshop'. 11th April, London