Surgery: How to use Public Engagement as a Research Tool
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About the Event
In grant applications, researchers often propose public engagement activities at the end or the award as a way of disseminating their results to the wider public. However, public engagement can be an important tool to help shape and develop your research, by involving various publics, eliciting feedback and building support. This event will look at examples where public engagement can contribute to research and encourage participation.
This session is especially designed to help those at an early stage of their research projects.
Facilitated by Professor Barry Smith