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The importance of PPIE

In this recording, GP and Professor of General Practice Research, Carolyn Chew-Graham, describes the importance of PPIE.

During this video, Carolyn Chew-Graham describes the importance of Patient and Public Involvement and Engagement (PPIE) in research.

Carolyn explains that PPIE is essential to the whole research process from developing your research question, through to the understanding your findings. She explains that PPIE ensures

  • patients’ perspective are heard
  • information is more understandable
  • enhanced research design
  • participants have a better experience of the study

Discuss below whether you consider there are any other benefits to PPIE in research?

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